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Public health officials in cities around the country have identified a disturbing trend: Black COVID-19 patients are being hospitalized and dying at a rate disproportionate to their share of the population.

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The Tennessee State Public Laboratory has received its first shipment of new test kits from Abbott Labs, with the kits able to detect COVID-19 in five minutes, Department of Health Commissioner Lisa Piercey announced on Tuesday afternoon.

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Tennessee has confirmed 4,138 COVID-19 cases in 87 of the state's 95 counties, up 336 cases from Monday and the largest single-day increase in almost a week. Of the cases, 408 people are hospitalized and 72 have died, up 56 and seven in the past 24 hours, respectively.

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Nissan, one of Middle Tennessee’s largest employers, is laying off thousands of workers as its U.S. factories lie silent because of the spread of COVID-19.

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The National Weather Service Nashville has forecast severe storms that will impact Williamson County and much of Middle Tennessee on Wednesday night. 

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Gov. Bill Lee’s administration is warning hospitals against the use of chloroquine and hydroxychloroquine, the drugs used to treat malaria that are now at the center of the national conversation on how to treat patients with symptoms of COVID-19.

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 The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed 3,802 COVID-19 cases in 87 of the state's 95 counties, up 566 cases from Friday. Of the cases, 352 people are hospitalized and 65 have died, up 24 and 21 in the past 24 hours, respectively.

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The Brentwood Police Department reported an armed robbery and several motor vehicle thefts in their weekly crime analysis, although the department said that they have had less crime in general, no doubt in part to the movement of many people self-isolating in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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After experiencing a 35% decrease in revenue due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Maury Regional Health has announced it will be furloughing 340 employees beginning next week.

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The Tennessee Department of Health has now confirmed 3,067 COVID-19 cases in 85 of the state's counties, up 222 cases from Thursday. Of the cases, 293 people are hospitalized and 37 have died, a day-to-day increase of 20 and five, respectively. The state reports 248 individuals have recovered.