The Tennessee Department of Health has released its latest statistics related to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

As of 3 p.m. Monday, Tennessee has compiled a total of 35,553 confirmed cases of coronavirus (COVID-19) and 531 fatalities. A total of 699,854 tests have been completed so far.

Monroe County has seen an increase in the number of cases in the past week, now sitting at 109 confirmed cases out of 1,924 tests. Of those with confirmed cases, 83 have recovered, while four have died.

Monroe shares a border with the following affected counties: McMinn (175 cases); Loudon (234); Polk (36); Blount (130).

The Tennessee counties with 100 or more reported cases are Bedford (432); Bledsoe (613); Blount (130); Bradley (349); Cheatham (167); Cumberland (145); Davidson (7,716); Dickson (146); Dyer (164); Fayette (203); Hamblen (121); Hamilton (2,103); Hardeman (257); Knox (693); Lake (689); Loudon (234); Macon (223); Madison (196); Maury (224); McMinn (175); Monroe (109); Montgomery (385); Putnam (673); Rhea (255); Robertson (708); Rutherford (2,100); Sevier (422); Shelby (8,064); Sumner (1,196); Tipton (563); Trousdale (1,466); Washington (103); Williamson (793) and Wilson (625).

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