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NASHVILLE (September 17) — The Tennessee Department of Health and Tennessee’s Unified Command Group announced Thursday three new initiatives to enhance the well-being and quality of life … more
NASHVILLE (September 5) — The number of cases and deaths attributed to COVID-19 increased over the last week in the tri-county area.The number of virus-related deaths as of Saturday, September … more
NASHVILLE (September 3) — Last week, the Tennessee Department of Education released plans to report additional COVID-19 information at school and district levels, including numbers of new … more
NASHVILLE (August 30) — Since last Monday’s report of the number of COVID-19 cases, the following is this week’s report. The statistics are cumulative for all of 2020.Today, August … more
NASHVILLE (August 28) – Tennessee Governor Bill Lee today (Friday, August 28, 2020) signed Executive Order No. 59 to extend certain, targeted provisions of Executive Order Nos. 36, 38, 49, 50, … more
NASHVILLE (August 24) — Since last Monday’s report of the number of COVID-19 cases, the following is this week’s report. The statistics are cumulative for all of 2020.Today, August … more
HUNTINGDON — The Carroll County Health Department was recently honored with a pair of Annual Public Health Excellence Awards from the Tennessee Department of Health West Regional Office. The … more
NASHVILLE – The Tennessee Department of Human Services (TDHS) is reminding parents that there’s time to apply for a program to help provide food for their children during the COVID-19 … more
McKENZIE (August 13) - The McKenzie Special School District will transition to distance learning Friday, August 14, according to a Thursday announcement by Director of Schools Lynn Watkins. In-person … more
NASHVILLE (August 10) — A lot can happen in a week. Today, Weakley County Mayor Jake Bynum joined Henry County in mandating face mask use in public spaces, after Weakley County reported its … more
DRESDEN (August 10) — Effective 12:01 a.m. on Tuesday, August 11, 2020, all Weakley County citizens, residents, and visitors are required to wear a mask or face covering in public places. The … more
NASHVILLE (August 3) — The number of COVID-19 active cases continue to climb in Carroll, Henry and Weakley counties and across the state. In the last week, Carroll and Weakley counties have … more
NASHVILLE (July 31) — Tennessee Governor Bill Lee signed Executive Order No. 55 on Friday, allowing the resumption of contact sports and extending local authority to require masks, among other … more
PARIS (August 3) — At the recommendation of the local healthcare community, Henry County Mayor, Brent Greer, with the support of the Henry County COVID Response Team, has put an order in place, … more
PARIS — The professionals at Henry County Medical Center have received calls and messages regarding our testing at Henry County Medical Center and specific tests that are suspect of being false … more
NASHVILLE (July 29) — Tennessee hit a milestone today, over 100,000 cases and 1,000 dead as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, a respiratory pathogen that has been ravaging the global for nearly eight months now. As the case count surges, predictions of a sudden cease fire from this pathogen on November 3, 2020 seem more unlikely every day. more
NASHVILLE (July 28) — Nearly eight months into a global pandemic and as far as Tennessee is concerned, the positive case count has not slowed, but grown exponentially. Predictions of a sudden cease fire from this pathogen on November 3, 2020 seem more unlikely every day. more
NASHVILLE (July 27) — Nearly eight months into a global pandemic and as far as Tennessee is concerned, the positive case count has not slowed, but grown exponentially. Predictions of a sudden cease fire from this pathogen on November 3, 2020 seem more unlikely every day. more
NASHVILLE (July 20) — The Tennessee Department of Health reported the second death in Carroll County from COVID-19 during the past week. The county also saw an increase in the number of total … more
NASHVILLE (July 13) — The Tennessee Department of Health reported 3,314 new COVID-19 cases Monday, the largest single-day increase in the state since the beginning of the pandemic. There were … more
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