Day: April 14, 2020

Daily Covid-19 Report (April 14)

The COVID-19 case count for Tennessee is now 5,823 as of April 14, 2020, including 124 deaths, 633 hospitalizations and 1,969 recovered. Active cases in Tennessee has dropped since Sunday’s over 3,900 to the current 3,854. Here are the current updated county numbers in our coverage area. • Bedford County: 2 died; 25 confirmed cases; …

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Plans for Coffee County High School Graduation

From Director Charles Lawson: Coffee County Schools is still planning to conduct its graduation ceremony on May 22, as previously scheduled. However, guidance from local, state, and national leaders may make that impossible. To prepare for different possibilities, Coffee County Schools has chosen three potential backup dates for graduation should a postponement occur. Announcing these …

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VA Hospitals and Clinics Hiring Extra Healthcare Workers during Covid-19 Pandemic

The Veterans Administration’s Tennessee Valley Healthcare System is hiring health care workers to staff its hospitals and clinics during the COVID-19 pandemic. The system is offering both temporary and permanent assignments, according to a news release. It is also recruiting recent retirees with experience in high-need areas, with the possibility of dual compensation waivers that …

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$600 Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation to Approved Claimants

The state of Tennessee has begun paying approved unemployment claimants their first installment of the $600 Federal Pandemic Unemployment Compensation benefit, in addition to their Tennessee Unemployment Compensation benefit. Tuesday, the state distributed benefit payments of close to $94 million to financial institutions for approximately 110,000 unemployed Tennesseans. Most claimants will receive their directly-deposited payment …

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April is Child Abuse Prevention Month

Our children are the most valuable resource and will shape the future of the State of Tennessee. That’s why the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation is joining Tennessee Department of Children’s Services in spreading the word about Child Abuse Prevention Month this month. Report abuse by phone: 877-237-0004. The DCS hotline received 133,248 calls about abuse …

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