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COVID-19 Community Levels Across Middle Tennessee

The CDC provides a tool called COVID-19 Community Levels. This tool helps communities decide what prevention steps to take based on the latest data. Levels can be low, medium, or high and are determined by looking at hospital beds being used, hospital admissions, and the total number of new COVID-19 cases in an area.

Below is a graph showing what precautions to take for counties with low, medium and high levels.

Low Medium High

Here’s a look at the latest community levels of COVID-19 across Middle Tennessee (updated Sept 24, 2022):

Cheatham County
Community Level: Medium
(decreased from High from the Sept 7 report)

Davidson County
Community Level: Medium
(decreased from High from the Sept 7 report)

Dickson County
Community Level: Medium
(decreased from High from the Sept 7 report)

Maury County
Community Level: Low
(decreased from Medium from the Sept 7 report)

Robertson County
Community Level: Medium
(decreased from High from the Sept 7 report)

Rutherford County
Community Level: Low
(decreased from Medium from the Sept 7 report)

Sumner County
Community Level: Low
(decreased from Medium from the Sept 7 report)

Williamson County
Community Level: Medium
(decreased from High from the Sept 7 report)

Wilson County
Community Level: Low
(decreased from Medium from the Sept 7 report)

Related: Middle Tennessee COVID-19 Case Count

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