Day: January 17, 2021

Tennessee Department of Health says Two Coffee County Medical Workers dealing with Board Action

A Manchester pharmacy technician accused of drug diversion has voluntarily surrendered her license and a Tullahoma physician assistant is also guilty of unprofessional conduct, according to a monthly report from the Tennessee Department of Health. Manchester Pharmacy Technician Sabrina Gilliam is guilty of drug diversion. Gilliam has voluntarily surrendered her license, according to the department …

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New Features added to State COVID-19 Website

The Tennessee Department of Health and Tennessee’s Unified Command Group have added new features to the COVID19.tn.gov website to make it easier for users to find county-specific information and request an appointment for COVID-19 vaccination. The COVID19.tn.gov website provides a simple tool for Tennesseans to find their phase in Tennessee’s COVID-19 Vaccination Plan. Updates to this tool …

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Sunday Jan. 17, 2021 COVID-19 State and Area Update

The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed 4,474 additional cases and 36 deaths related to COVID-19 across the state for Sunday, January 17. Tennessee is up to 8,391 total deaths.  The state reported 2,699 people currently hospitalized in Tennessee due to COVID-19. ICU Bed availability is at 9%. Last week, Tennessee reported 651 COVID-19 deaths. The week of January …

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Special Legislation set to address K-12 Student Learning Loss due to COVID-19

Tennessee Governor Bill Lee has announced special session legislation addressing K-12 student learning loss and the adverse effects on Tennessee students’ proficiency in reading and math after extended time away from the classroom due to COVID-19. Data suggests that Tennessee third graders are facing an estimated 50% drop in reading proficiency and a projected 65% …

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