Day: April 3, 2020

Covid-19 Update for April 3 Plus Other Important Information

The TN Department of Health and other reporting agencies have provided updates about the confirmed cases of COVID-19 patients diagnosed in the state. As of Friday night, reports show there have been 42 deaths in Tennessee, over 3,000 confirmed cases, 293 hospitalized, and 248 recovered. Dr. James Hildreth with Meharry Medical College in Nashville recommending …

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Be Prepared: Coronavirus Forces Walmart to Change Our Shopping Habits

Walmart stores has begun monitoring the number of people inside their stores. Customers will be admitted one by one at a single entrance, typically on the grocery side at supercenters. Associates will allow five customers inside per 1,000 square feet of store space, which is about 20% of a store’s usual capacity. Once that capacity …

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What Does Executive Order 23 (Stay at Home) Mean?

Gov. Bill Lee instructed police officers around the state this week to use the force of the law when people don’t comply with the Stay at Home order. Lee asks for law enforcement to first educate businesses, give warnings and provide reasonable opportunities for compliance. However, further violation of an emergency Executive Order is also …

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City of Tullahoma is Temporarily Suspending Residential Curbside and Drop-off Recycling Programs

Beginning Monday, April 13th, the City of Tullahoma will no longer collect residential or commercial recycling items that must be directly picked up by hand and will suspend garbage cart fees for residents that request a second cart during the COVID-19 emergency. Due to the impact of coronavirus on the city’s public service employees and …

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Message from Manchester Mayor Lonnie Norman

On Thursday, April 2nd, 2020, Governor Lee announced an order amending Executive Order 22, requiring Tennesseans to stay home unless engaging in essential activity or essential services. The key message is to stay home. I support his decision. It’s only through community and state-wide actions that we will be able to slow the spread of …

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Unity Medical Prepares Off-site Care Center

Unity Medical Center announced that it is preparing additional space off-site for patient care. The off-site unit is located across the street from the hospital campus in the Pavilion at 482 Interstate Drive. Unity explained that it wanted to be as prepared as possible for an influx of patients presenting with SARS-CoV-2, the novel coronavirus …

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New Vehicle Registration Information from Bedford County

Bedford County Clerk Donna Thomas reminds local residents that if your vehicle registration was set to expire in March or April, your new expiration date is June 15. In addition, newly-purchased vehicles do not have to register until June 15 – you must carry your bill of sale or a completed reassigned title, and you …

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State Parks Close

In support of Governor Lee’s Executive Order 23, we have made the difficult decision to close Tennessee State Parks. This closure is effective April 4, 2020 and will be in place through April 14, 2020. This is a complete closure of facilities and access to all Tennessee State Parks and Designated State Natural Areas. Overnight …

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