Health Department reports 164 cases in Shelby County
MEMPHIS, Tenn. (WMC) - Shelby County Health Department reports 164 newly confirmed COVID-19 cases and no deaths over the last 24 hours.
This brings the total confirmed and probable cases of COVID-19 in Shelby County to 148,192 and there have been 2,298 deaths since the beginning of the pandemic.
The current average of COVID-19 cases is 130 cases per day for the last seven days.
There are currently 1,278 active COVID-19 cases in Shelby County and 419 of them are pediatric cases.
Shelby County is averaging 1,800 vaccinations per day for the last seven days and is 73.8% of the way to its vaccination goal of reaching herd immunity of 700,000 people.
Shelby County vaccine data is listed below:
- 516,681 total people vaccinated
- 1,015,032 total vaccinations administered
- 12,603 vaccinations reported within the last seven days
The latest weekly test positivity rate is 3.4% for the week ending in November 13, up from 2.9% the previous week.
The Shelby County Health Department announced its most recent health directive on October 27. The directive lifted the mask mandate for the county, but health officials are still encouraging businesses to require masks inside and people to get vaccinated.
Tennessee lawmakers wrapped up a special session last month that made various changes to COVID-19 restrictions.
To see more information from the Shelby County Health Department click here.
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