Coronavirus

News related to the Covid-19 Pandemic in Southern Middle Tennessee

Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Town Hall Meeting

The federal government has provided funds for schools to use as part of larger COVID relief bills. These funds are referred to as ESSER which stands for Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief. The Coffee County school district’s next effort to receive feedback on these funds will be a town hall meeting scheduled for July …

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How to Use Stats to Prepare for Next Pandemic

Researchers have found cultural and demographic factors can help predict how COVID-19 and future outbreaks could progress. The authors said their techniques potentially could be used to figure out how an infectious disease will move beyond hot spots to regions that are not yet affected. Joshua Borycz, librarian for STEM research at Vanderbilt University, said using …

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Updated Information on Covid-19 Vaccinations in Bedford County

Bedford County Health Department continues to offer free COVID-19 vaccinations to those 12 and older. The vaccinations are now being given inside the health department facility, 140 Dover Street in Shelbyville, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.  For more information, call the health department, 931-684-3426, or go to covid19.tn.gov. The Pfizer vaccine is …

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Manchester Guardsman Volunteers to Serve on COVID-19 Task Force

When the Tennessee National Guard needed volunteers to help Tennessee’s Department of Health fight the COVID-19 pandemic, thousands of Soldiers and Airmen volunteered. One Soldier that immediately answered the call was Sgt. Jessie James, a motor transport operator with Tullahoma’s 1175th Transportation Company. A Manchester native, James was not going to miss the opportunity to …

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Motlow State Announces Return to Normal Activities on All Campuses

Motlow State Community College is excited to announce a return to normal student and staff activities on all its campuses. The College recently moved to Pandemic Level 1, allowing it to open its campuses completely to students, staff, and visitors. All student support services are now fully open. Walk-in service is available. Students are welcome …

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Motlow Student Helping during Covid-19 Pandemic

When COVID-19 appeared in Tennessee, Guardsmen from across the state were ready to serve their community. Thousands volunteered to help in the fight against COVID-19, which gave some Guardsmen valuable experience while protecting the state. Airman 1st Class Marialuz Deavers, a combat medic with Nashville’s 118th Medical Group, was training to become an Advanced Emergency …

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No National Cornbread Festival in 2021

When the National Cornbread Festival committee met earlier this year in South Pittsburg, TN to determine the fate of the 2021 festival, it was hoped that a postponement date might be possible. After much consideration, the committee has determined that it will not hold the festival in 2021. Instead, volunteers will focus on preparing to …

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Vaccinations to be held at Bedford County Volunteer Fire Stations

Bedford County Health Department is partnering with Bedford County Fire Department to offer the COVID-19 vaccine at volunteer fire stations in Bedford County.             The initial project will include the Unionville, Wartrace, Bell Buckle and Flat Creek stations; if demand is sufficient at those first four sites, the program will be expanded to other volunteer …

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Free Covid-19 Vaccine for Ages 12 & Older in Manchester June 4

The Coffee County Health Department will be offering free COVID-19 PFIZER vaccine for ages 12 and up. Friday, June 4th from 5:00pm-7:30pm at the Manchester Recreation Center 557 N. Woodland Street, Manchester, TN. For questions or additional information please call the health department at (931) 723-5134. Parental consent required for youths below 14 years old.

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