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Tennessee has experienced its two highest days for COVID-19 cases since Friday and added nearly 10,000 new cases over three days.  more
The Tennessee Department of Health on Wednesday announced the state’s distribution plan of COVID-19 vaccines once they become available.But even with the arrival and distribution of the vaccines, … more
The Rev. David Cross of the First Baptist Church of Charleston died Tuesday after battling COVID-19, one of the 223,000-plus victims of the virus.In remembrance of the pastor who led that church — … more
Bradley County counted its 23rd death Thursday, making two deaths confirmed in two days as the pandemic worsens across the state, too. It appears a third wave is manifesting in Tennessee. On … more
As a new wave of the coronavirus surges in Tennessee, the state’s Health Department has announced a plan for vaccine distribution and launched a new website that will act as a hub for all … more
Tennessee’s positivity rate was almost the highest it has ever been Tuesday at 11.29%, according to the Tennessee Department of Health. Of the 3.3 million tests given since March by the state … more
The active COVID-19 case count for Bradley County increased by 26 individuals Monday, bringing the total to 268, according to the Tennessee Department of Health’s daily report.Since the pandemic … more
Bradley County's active-case count of COVID-19 rose by five Sunday, bringing the total now to 242.The county has also recorded 21 deaths, the most recent one coming last Thursday.A total of 3,368 … more
Bradley County recorded its 21st COVID-19-related fatality Thursday, according to the Tennessee Department of Health’s daily report. It is the fourth confirmed death for October and the fifth … more
There are now 228 active cases of COVID-19 in Bradley County as of Wednesday, the Tennessee Department of Health reports, an increase of four active cases in 24 hours. Hospitalizations continue … more
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