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NASHVILLE — Nash County’s coronavirus death toll jumped past 100 on Friday with the addition of 13 new reported deaths, including three this week.
Nash County has a total of 4,2111 cases with 2,388 people having recovered, 1,699 people isolated at home and 20 people hospitalized, according to information provided by Trey Wright, deputy health director and public information officer for the Nash County Health Department.
Wright released a list of 13 previously unreported deaths due to COVID-19. All 13 decedents had other health problems in addition to the novel coronavirus.
• A man in his early 80s died Oct. 22.
• A man in his early 80s died Oct. 24.
• A woman in his late 80s died Oct. 25.
• A man in his early 80s died Oct. 26.
• A woman in her mid 80s died Oct. 26.
• A woman older than 100 died Oct. 27.
• A woman in her late 70s died Nov. 1.
• A woman in her early 80s died Nov. 2.
• A man in his early 80s died Nov. 7.
• A man in his early 70s died Nov 7.
• A man in his mid 80s died Nov. 14.
• A woman in her early 70s died Wednesday.
• A man in his late 70s died Wednesday.
• A woman in his early 60s died Friday.