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Daily Metro COVID19 Press Update for May 31

Chris Song

Mayor John Cooper’s office issued the following announcements regarding Metro’s citywide coronavirus (COVID-19) monitoring and response efforts in coordination with area hospitals, healthcare providers, medical colleges, and other community partners.

Metro Public Health Department

Metro Public Health Department officials announced today a total number of 5,385 confirmed cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Nashville/Davidson County, an increase of 100 in the past 24 hours.

The confirmed cases range in age from 1 month to 100 years.

Three additional deaths were reported in Davidson County, a 76-year-old woman with underlying health conditions, an 87-year-old woman with underlying health conditions and a 61-year-old man with an unknown medical history.

A total of sixty-three (63) people have died after a confirmed case of COVID-19. 4,133 individuals have recovered from the virus.

Available hospital beds: 28 percent

Available ICU beds: 24 percent

The MPHD COVID-19 Hotline received 52 calls on Saturday, May 30, 2020.

Total number of cases: 5,385

Cases reported in the past 24 hours: 100

Cases by sex

  • Male: 2,886
  • Female: 2,326
  • Unknown: 173

Total Cases by age

Age Group (years) Number of Cases
Unknown 56
0-10 209
11-20 459
21-30 1,305
31-40 1,152
41-50 875
51-60 669
61-70 395
71-80 178
81+ 87
Total 5,385
Recovered 4,133
Deaths 63
Total active cases 1,189
  • Total number of tests administered: 57,367
  • Total positive results: 5,385
  • Total negative results: 51,982
  • Positive results as percentage of total: 9.4%

Health officials remind everyone to take steps to stop the spread of germs like COVID-19. These include:

  • Practice social distancing as defined by the CDC (6 feet of distance from others). Do not gather in groups larger than 25.
  • Wear a cloth face covering when in a community setting, especially in situations where you may be near people. These face coverings are not a substitute for social distancing.
  • Stay at home as much as possible. People over 65 years of age or whose health is at risk should remain at home unless absolutely necessary.
  • Wash your hands often with soap and water. Use alcohol-based hand sanitizer if soap and water are not available.
  • Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth.
  • Stay away from others in your home if you are sick.