Day: April 5, 2020

More Deaths from Covid-19 and Confirmed Cases in Tennessee (April 5)

The COVID-19 case count for Tennessee is now 3,633 as of April 5, 2020, including 44 deaths, 328 hospitalizations and 295 recovered (Due to a data error in the April 4 report, the recovered calculation has decreased. The error which led to an incorrect value has been corrected). Questions or need help finding guidance? Call …

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Unity Medical Center Looking for Healthcare Workers to be on Standby

Unity Medical Center and other agencies are putting together a list of any nurses, techs, and other healthcare providers that would be able to help in the unlikely event our hospitals become overwhelmed in this Pandemic. If you have patient care experience and would like to volunteer to be placed on a roster for Coffee …

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Information from Tullahoma Schools

Tullahoma City Schools Food & Nutrition Team will continue feeding students. The feeding schedule can be found on social media: TCS Facebook and TCS Public on Twitter. – TCS have sent home “learning bundle” #1. – “Learning bundles” #2 & #3 are being developed. For elementary school students, middle and high school students that do …

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Beware of Scammers Attempting to Steal Your Coronavirus Stimulus Check

Scammers are already hard at work trying to take advantage of the “Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act” that promises relief to the American public during the COVID-19 outbreak. Specifically, these thieves are attempting to steal stimulus checks. FTC.gov points out that the government will not charge any fees for you to receive this …

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United Way of Hwy 55 Is Accepting Applications For The 2020-21 Allocation Cycle

United Way of HWY 55 is now accepting applications for the next allocation cycle. All nonprofits that serve Coffee, Moore, or Warren County citizens are eligible to apply for funds. Applications are due May 1, 2020. Go to http://highway55unitedway.org/allocations/ to find the Allocation Application Manual. Fill out and download required documents. ABOUT UNITED WAY OF …

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Gov. Lee Signs Several Election Law Changes

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee has signed several election law changes that lawmakers passed before they recessed due to the coronavirus. Changes to voter registration penalties were hailed as a win by groups that sued and convinced a judge to block the harsher restrictions passed last year. The new law removes misdemeanor penalties for not completing …

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