In a continuing trend, COVID-19 numbers dropped again across Tennessee, according to the latest numbers from the state.
Last week, the state averaged 157 new coronavirus cases per day, a 43% decrease from the previous seven days, according to the data.
Earlier this year, during the peak of the omicron variant, Tennessee was averaging more than 18,000 new cases in a week.
Davidson County case numbers also saw a decline, with an average of about 36 new case last week from the 52 the week prior.
Positivity rates on tests dropped from 4.2% to 3.7% last week in Davidson County, continuing a decline since early January when the rate was nearly 42%.
Unimpossible! The Settled Science told us that if we were not jabbed quarterly and had our mask stapled to our faces 24/7, we would all gonna die!
So, we were all lied to? /sarcasm>
Have no fear, just in time for Easter, Mini Mengele is back with a new variant.
I don’t think this new crop of fear will garner much paranoid behavior save from the already converted to the Cult of COVID (Reformed for masks). I believe we will be seeing Fauxci competing in Danci with the Stars in about 3 or 4 years before hopefully ending up in prison.