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McKenzie Police Department to Enforce State Stay-at-Home Order


McKENZIE (April 3) — The McKenzie Police Department released the following statement Friday in response to Governor Bill Lee’s stay-at-home order:
Yesterday, the governor signed an order that now requires Tennessee residents to stay home. His previous executive order urged people to stay home and the distinct difference of this order is now you are required to stay home.

The only time any persons should leave the home is to complete an essential activity such as attending a doctor’s appointment or obtaining groceries or other things of that nature. Essential employees are allowed to travel to and from work as well.
If you violate this order you could potentially be cited for leaving your home and not conducting required activities.
If you have questions regarding this, please contact us via [Facebook] messenger or telephone 731-352-2265.


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