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Nearly 18% of Tennessee’s population — approximately 1.8 million individuals —  has received the COVID-19 vaccine, according to Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee."We're one of the top states in the … more
Bradley County active COVID-19 cases sit at 363, showing a drop of 14 cases since Monday, according to Tuesday’s Tennessee Department of Health report. Bradley County has had 13,165 total … more
Nearly 40% of all Tennesseans are eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine, according to a report from state Commissioner of Health Dr. Lisa Piercey. Piercey confirmed Tuesday that Phase 1c of the … more
The total COVID-19 case count for Tennessee as of Thursday was 779,449, including 864 current hospitalizations, 754,465 inactive/recovered cases and 11,501 deaths, according to the Tennessee … more
Today marks one year since the first case of COVID-19 in Tennessee was announced. An issue that had only been seen in national headlines, in other countries, in other states had reached the … more
Active cases of COVID-19 are on the decrease in Bradley County, while vaccination efforts continue moving forward. more
As the number of COVID-19 vaccine  sites continues to expand statewide, as well as in Bradley County, confirmed cases of the coronavirus have maintained their recent decline.The total COVID-19 … more
Bradley County active cases of COVID-19 are down to 519, one case lower than in Tuesday’s Tennessee Department of Health report. There have been 12,508 cases of COVID-19 confirmed since March … more
After months of near-steady increases in the number of active COVID-19 case counts, that trend is slowly turning. During his report Tuesday to the Bradley County Commission, Mayor D. Gary Davis … more
Tennessee residents age 65 and older and teachers will soon be eligible to receive their COVID-19 vaccine. Now part of Phase 1b, K-12 educators, child-care staff and first-responder operations … more
The total COVID-19 case count for Tennessee as of Monday was 758,56, including 11,091 current hospitalizations, 724,031 inactive/recovered cases and 10,937 deaths.Since Sunday, there were 1,143 new … more
Effective today, two local Walmart pharmacies will join a list of others in Cleveland where COVID-19 vaccinations will be available through the first phase of the new Federal Retail Pharmacy … more
Bradley County active cases of COVID-19 are down to 522, one fewer than Tuesday’s report, according to Tennessee Department of Health data. There have been 12,113 cases of COVID-19 confirmed … more
Bradley County’s COVID-19 active case count is going down, but deaths are on the rise. more
The total COVID-19 case count for Tennessee as of Tuesday was 747,462, including 1,636 new cases, 1,293 current hospitalizations and 10,631 deaths.Bradley County’s death toll from COVID-19 has … more
During his third annual State of the State address delivered to lawmakers on Monday, Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee said that while data on worldwide government success in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic was … more
The total COVID-19 case count for Tennessee as of Sunday was 744,600, including 2,387 new cases, 1,314 current hospitalizations and 10,469 deaths.Just six new deaths were counted in Sunday’s … more
Bradley County saw two more deaths confirmed Thursday in the daily Tennessee Department of Health COVID-19 update, now upping the community's total to 124.In addition, the number of active cases — … more
Bradley County saw two more deaths confirmed Wednesday in the daily Tennessee Department of Health COVID-19 update. The two new virus-related deaths bring the county’s total to 122 since March … more
Erlanger Health System's Spiritual Guidance and Chaplaincy Service will be hosting a COVID-19 Remembrance Service on Monday, Feb. 8, at 6 p.m., via Facebook Live. Blaine Kelley, public relations … more
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