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COVID cases top 3,000 in Tennessee

There are now 3,067 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Tennessee as of 2 p.m. Friday, April 3 – this according to the Tennessee Department of Health.

This includes three confirmed cases in Coffee County.

There are 37 reported deaths and 293 hospitalizations, along with 248 recovered. 

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee issued an executive order on Thursday, April 2, calling on all Tennesseans to stay at home unless carrying out essential duties through at least April 14. 

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