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Tennessee reports 4,634 confirmed COVID-19 cases, 94 deaths; Georgia cases top 10,500 statewide

These are the Tennessee, Georgia and Alabama COVID-19 cases and deaths by county

The number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Tennessee increased to 4,634 on Thursday up from Wednesday's total of 4,362, according to the Tennessee Department of Health's daily virus update. There have been 94 deaths from the virus statewide.
In Georgia, confirmed COVID-19 cases has surpassed 10,500 as of Thursday at 3 p.m., a day after cases jumped by more than 1,000 24 hours. There are now 10,566 confirmed cases in Georgia. 
Hamilton County has 98 confirmed cases and has reported 11 deaths related to COVID-19, including the death of a child under five years old. Shelby County has the most Latest Nashville News Press confirmed cases in the state with 1,006, followed by Davidson County with 1,004. 

In the Chattanooga area, Bradley County has reported at least 28 cases, Marion County has 22 reported cases, Grundy County has confirmed 17 cases, McMinn, Meigs and Polk counties each have three and Sequatchie County has one confirmed case. 
At least 505 people are hospitalized due to the virus in Tennessee and at least 59,849 tests have been conducted in Tennessee, as of Thursday at 3 p.m.
In Georgia, at least 379 people have died from COVID-19 as of Thursday at 3 p.m. About 2,159 people are currently hospitalized, Press Release Distribution Services  according to the Georgia Department of Public Health. Most of Georgia's cases are in Atlanta and North Georgia and the Southwest Georgia community of Albany.
Though the state does not release the number of tests completed by county, about 41,085 tests have been conducted across Georgia, as of Thursday at 3 p.m.
And in Alabama, the total of confirmed cases rose to 2,721 from Wednesday's total of 2,369. There have been 72 reported deaths in the state and 20,605 tests have been conducted as of Thursday at 3 p.m. Currently, about 333 people have been hospitalized due to the virus since March 13. 
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