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Another Bradley County resident has died from COVID-19, bringing the county total to 90. Five local deaths have been confirmed this week from COVID-19. With the three latest deaths, 18 … more
Bradley County is starting to see the post-holiday surge of new active COVID-19 cases. more
The total COVID-19 case count for Tennessee as of Monday was 657,396, including 3,079 current hospitalizations, 568,910 inactive/recovered cases and 7,865 deaths. Since Sunday, there were 3,527 … more
Bradley County added another four deaths from COVID-19 over the weekend, bringing the total to 86 since March. Local deaths related to COVID-19 have more than doubled in the last month alone. … more
Call it the COVID slide.Normally when students return to school after summer vacation, educators expect they have forgotten what they learned during the previous school year; hence, the phrase … more
The total COVID-19 case count for Tennessee as of Thursday was 634,237, including 3,351 current hospitalizations, 555,634 inactive/recovered cases and 7,492 deaths.Since Thursday, there were 9,000 … more
The total COVID-19 case count for Tennessee as of Wednesday was 625,237, including 3,332 current hospitalizations, 548,838 inactive/recovered cases and 7,381 deaths.Since Tuesday, there were 7,588 … more
A high demand for the COVID-19 vaccination is causing long telephone wait times for those calling the Bradley County Health Department. more
Tennova-Cleveland's chief medical officer reported that hospitalizations are much improved, but the hospital is anticipating the possibility of another post-holiday spike in patients. Dr. Bill … more
As doses of COVID-19 vaccine trickle into Bradley County, those awaiting inoculation will need to remain especially vigilant about wearing masks and maintaining social distancing for the foreseeable … more
The Tennessee Department of Health released two days of data Saturday, reporting 8,550 new cases and 15 newly confirmed deaths from Jan. 1 and Jan. 2. Health departments across Tennessee began … more
On New Year's Eve, Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee strongly encouraged Tennesseans to wear masks and restrict gatherings to immediate family households as state residents prepared to rid themselves of 2020 … more
As questions mount from Cleveland and Bradley County residents about how, and when, their tier groups can expect to receive COVID-19 vaccines, state health department officials have said information … more
The Bradley County Health Department moved its COVID-19 drive-thru testing site to First Baptist Church to better accommodate traffic.Amanda Goodhard, public information officer for the Southeast … more
The total COVID-19 case count for Tennessee as of Sunday was 564,080, including 2,813 current hospitalizations, 480,227 recovered/active cases and 6,512 deaths.Since Saturday, there were 3,188 new … more
Tennessee added another 7,221 COVID-19 cases Wednesday, according to the state Department of Health. The day before, on Tuesday, the state had seen an unusually low number of new cases, that being … more
One local first responder is symptom-free after receiving his first of two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine. Matthew Malone, 31, a Bradley County Emergency Medical Services paramedic, was among the … more
With the first doses of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine received by area first responders at the Bradley County Health Department on Monday,  Phase 1 of Tennessee's four-phase vaccination plan was … more
Tennova-Cleveland is still awaiting delivery of the COVID-19 vaccine, but hospital officials say the doses are expected to arrive soon. Although Tennova-Cleveland has not yet received its … more
Gov. Bill Lee announced an executive order Sunday night limiting public indoor gatherings to 10 people. Lee went live Sunday night to address the state as it enters a “cold, cruel phase” of … more
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