As of this afternoon’s Tennessee Department of Health’s 2 p.m. number, Moore County confirmed 21 new, active COVID-19 cases this week. Our last reported positivity rate was 26.4 percent.
Moore County gained 29 new COVID-19 cases in the last seven days. That’s almost double the number of the previous seven day period.
The state recently launched a new COVID-19 website that includes a dashboard specifically for Moore County.
Moore County sees greatest weekly increase and Coffee County becomes the regional hotspot.
It’s okay to not feel okay during the pandemic and a new Moore County mental health crisis line seeks to help.
Changes to the state’s reporting creates major changes in the number of active COVID cases in Moore County.
Changes in the way the state reports COVID-19 cases is causing confusion in new and total active Moore County cases.
Based on the data, the resumption of public tours at the distillery does not seem to be affecting Moore County COVID active case counts.
You can get a free COVID-19 antibody rest when you donate blood at the JDECU hosted mobile blood drive on August 20.
For the second week in a row, Moore County gained seven new COVID cases. In the last seven days, 791 folks from Moore County have been tested. We now have 16 active case and 19 recovered cases. Moore County has not experienced any COVID-19 related deaths.