Williamson County saw another jump in COVID-19 cases Thursday as another grim milestone looms. 

The Tennessee Department of Health reported that the new overall total for cases in Williamson stands at 19,703, up 357 from Wednesday's count for the county. 

2,396 of those total cases are considered active. The 20,000-case total threshold is just on the horizon for the county. 

17,175 people in Williamson have either recovered or had their cases deemed inactive by the state, while 132 have now died. 

141,543 negative tests have been conducted thus far. 

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