November 11, 2020
By: Dwayne Page
DeKalb County’s number of active COVID-19 cases has doubled from October 22 to November 10 going from 62 to 124. Two weeks ago, October 27 there were 93 active cases locally. No new cases were reported Tuesday, November 10
According to the Tennessee Department of Health’s daily snapshot of DeKalb County as of Tuesday, November 10, there are now 124 active cases. The COVID related death count since March has increased to 19.
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There have been 869 (17.9 per 100,000 residents) confirmed or probable cases of COVID-19 since March in DeKalb County , 31 have been hospitalized, and 726 are now inactive or have recovered.
Over the last seven days, (November 4-10), DeKalb County had an average case count of 109 or a daily case rate of 76 per 100,000 residents per day.
Over the last 14 days, (October 28 to November 10), DeKalb County’s average case count was 156 for a daily case rate of 54.4 per 100,000 residents. During that period 11.1 new cases were reported per day.
For the 14 days prior (October 14-27) the average case count was 114 for an average daily case rate of 39.7 per 100,000 residents.
Over the last 7 days DeKalb County has averaged 63 tests per day (30. 7 tests per 10,000 residents per day) and over the last 7 days the average percent positive was 10%.