The Tennessee Department of Health has released its latest statistics related to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

As of 3 p.m. Saturday, Tennessee has compiled a total of 40,172 cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) and 584 fatalities. A total of 748,229 tests have been completed so far. McMinn County has 203 cases and 17 fatalities reported out of 4,042 total tests. Meigs County has 32 cases out of 895 total tests.

McMinn shares a border with the following affected counties: Monroe (118 cases); Loudon (248); Bradley (444); Meigs (32) and Polk (38).

Meigs shares a border with the following affected counties: Roane (43 cases); Hamilton (2,321); Bradley (444); McMinn (203) and Rhea (262).

The Tennessee counties with 100 or more reported cases are Bedford (482); Bledsoe (616); Blount (156); Bradley (444); Cheatham (194); Coffee (103); Cumberland (159); Davidson (8,675); Dickson (159); Dyer (192); Fayette (244); Hamblen (181); Hamilton (2,321); Hardeman (276); Knox (878); Lake (691); Lawrence (113); Loudon (248); Macon (293); Madison (228); Maury (276); McMinn (203); Monroe (118); Montgomery (438); Putnam (735); Rhea (262); Robertson (751); Rutherford (2,362); Sevier (549); Shelby (9,139); Sumner (1,318); Tipton (593); Trousdale (1,476); Washington (121); Williamson (945) and Wilson (725).

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