At least 1,071,320 coronavirus tests have been conducted in Tennessee since the pandemic began in March, the state's Department of Health reported today.
There have been at least 66,788 cases of coronavirus in the state and at least 767 people have died from the virus since the pandemic began, according to the health department.
During a news conference on Tuesday, Gov. Bill Lee said his state went from testing a few hundred people a day to more than a million people. He claimed that anyone can get tested in the state.