In this Issue:
– Innovation in the Face of the COVID Crisis
– Response Fund Update
– Tracking COVID in Tennessee
– Sen. Frist Addresses COVID Crisis
Nashville’s COVID-19 Response Fund has benefited from donations big and small. Organizations like the Nashville Convention and Visitors Corporation, the Frist Foundation, Music City Center and the Tennessee Titans have made very generous donations, as well as individuals from across the city. All of which will make a critical difference in our community.
If you can help, please contribute to the COVID-19 Response Fund. One-hundred percent of the funds raised will go directly to nonprofits and, in turn, directly into the pockets of individuals impacted by wage loss because of COVID-19.
Each day, the Tennessee Department of Health (TDH) releases figures tracking the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in each county and statewide. In an effort to raise awareness about these figures and understand how infection rates are changing, NashvilleHealth shares tracking updates and insights based on TDH data.
Data acquired from the TDH Website, as of March 30 analyzed by Sajid Khan, Change Healthcare and NashvilleHealth Board.
*Total TN & Other County Cases Include Out Of State Cases Diagnosed in TN
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