Keeping Nashville Safe & Healthy


Mayor John Cooper

We know you are concerned about coronavirus (COVID-19) and what it means for you and your loved ones.

The Metropolitan Government of Nashville has created this website to help you understand the disease and answer your questions. We will update it regularly as new information becomes available.

Nashville is known as a city that cares for each other in difficult times, and we will do the same now.

The sooner we take action to prevent the spread of this virus, the sooner we can return to normal life in Nashville.

 

Find information about the United Way of Greater Nashville COVID-19 Response Fund, or make a donation:

We know many of our citizens are experiencing economic hardship due to this crisis. Metro Nashville Services is taking action to help.

I urge everyone to visit this website regularly for the latest coronavirus information and to stay updated on Metro’s coordinated response to keep all Nashvillians healthy and safe.

 

COVID-19 METRO COMMUNITY ASSESSMENT CENTERS ARE OPEN

 

COVID 19 CASE TRACKER

Total number of Cases: 541
Number of Cases confirmed today: 98

Age Range: 2 months – 84 years old

  Frequency
Total 541
Active 458
Deaths 3
Recovered 80
 

Age Group (years)

Unknown 74
0-10 4
11-20 26
21-30 198
31-40 78
41-50 61
51-60 46
61-70 30
71-80 21
81 3
 

Sex

Male 260
Female 275
 

Currently Hospitalized

Yes 14

 

Positive Tests Total Tests % of positives
541 5551 9.7%

 

Information is updated daily at 9:30am