The Shelby County Health Department reported 114 new cases and no new deaths on Monday, May 10.
Shelby County’s reported coronavirus total is now 96,784 cases, including 93,567 inactive cases, 1,587 active cases and 1,630 deaths.
The latest hospital capacity data was current as of 5 p.m. Wednesday, May 5.
There were 217 COVID-positive patients in area hospital beds, at that time.
According to the HRTS, 91% of area ICU and area acute care beds were in use.
About 23% of patients in area ICU beds were COVID-positive (3) or suspected of having the coronavirus (TK). About 7% of patients in area acute care beds were either COVID-positive (137) or suspected of having the coronavirus (25).
And 80 area ICU and 137 area acute care beds were available.
Bed capacity is calculated by subtracting beds occupied by patients, unstaffed beds and beds that are otherwise unavailable.
The capacity figures are inclusive of all hospital facilities in Shelby, Tipton and Lauderdale counties in Tennessee as well as facilities in Crittenden County, Arkansas, and DeSoto County, Mississippi.