Day: April 24, 2020

Some Businesses Reopen, but Caution Still Necessary

On Friday morning, Gov. Bill Lee and the state’s Economic Recovery Group announced guidelines to loosen restrictions on some types of businesses beginning next week. Those guidelines can be found online at https://www.tn.gov/governor/covid-19/economic-recovery.html, with a printable version available for download.                 Bedford County remains in line with the governor’s orders and is not proposing any …

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Free Coronavirus Testing Sunday in Winchester

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee announced last week that free Coronavirus testing will be available for any Tennessean, regardless of traditional symptoms, as the Unified-Command group ramps up an aggressive effort to expand testing capacity across the state. On Sunday from 11am-2pm testing will take place at the Southern Middle Tennessee Pavilion1041 Wilton Circle in Winchester.Free …

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Tennessee Guidelines for Opening Certain Tennessee Businesses

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee on Friday morning gave what he calls the “Tennessee Pledge” to opening of certain businesses on Monday. For complete details on the guidelines click here to open Reopening Guidelines (1) Lee said more guidelines will be given next week for more businesses to open. Here are a few of the guidelines: …

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Covid-19 Cases Go Up by Over 400 in Tennessee

The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed additional cases of COVID-19 across the state on Friday, April 24. The update adds 460 cases, bringing Tennessee’s total positive cases to 8,726. The number of new cases is the highest single-day increase health officials have reported. The department reported a decrease in the overall death total for the state. On Thursday, 170 deaths …

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Screening Process in place before Entry into Arnold AFB

A screening process has been employed for authorizing entry to Arnold Air Force Base to ensure the health of Arnold Engineering Development Complex personnel during the novel coronavirus disease, or COVID-19, pandemic. The screening procedures continue to be modified as necessary. As of April 6, only employees involved in executing operationally urgent operations have been …

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