Day: April 23, 2020

State Active Covid-19 Cases on the Rise (April 23)

The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed additional cases of COVID-19 across the state on Thursday, April 23. The update adds 424 cases, bringing Tennessee’s total positive cases to 8,266. The department also reported four additional deaths to bring the total up to 170. Out of the confirmed positive cases, 4,193 have recovered. Currently we have 4,073 active cases. The latest …

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Restaurants to Open Again on Monday Retail Stores on Wednesday

Restaurant owners have been waiting for around month to reopen after the Covid-19 pandemic reduced their operations. Gov. Lee said Thursday Tennessee restaurants will be allowed to open Monday for dine-in service with reduced capacity. Lee also announced that retail stores will be permitted to reopen on Wednesday. Both types of businesses must initially limit …

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UPDATE! Tyson Closing Shelbyville Plant Saturday-Monday

On Thursday, Tyson officials said they would not be operating over the weekend through Monday processing plant located in Shelbyville. This is so they can do a deep cleaning and sanitation of common areas. On Wednesday, it was announced that the poultry plant had 79 workers test positive for Covid-19. Tyson officials said the plant …

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Manchester City Schools Alter 2020-21 Schedule because of Bonnaroo

Last October Manchester City Schools amended their school calendar because of the Exit 111 Festival. Because of the Covid-19 outbreak Bonnaroo officials moved their festival dates from June to September 24-27. So, with those dates set the Manchester Board of Education altered the school calendar for 2020-21 by closing schools on September 24 because of …

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