COVID-19
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Two more residents at Life Care Center of Athens died from COVID-19 on Tuesday, bringing the fatality rate to 14 since the cluster of cases first struck the skilled-nursing facility last month. more
Bradley County’s COVID-19 numbers remained steady, increasing by one Thursday to 84 total positive cases, but a cluster of 175 new cases in nearby Rhea County was announced. more
In the five days since its unveiling by the Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of Commerce, a grant program to assist small businesses struggling to reopen in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic has received … more
Bradley County is seeking relief from the economic impact of COVID-19, requesting more than $1.3 million from the state of Tennessee. more
Funding to help deal with the financial impact of COVID-19 is being made available to municipal and county governments across Tennessee, including Bradley County. more
Cleveland State Community College announced requirements for students and staff returning to campus this fall, including daily screenings and face coverings.   more
Gov. Bill Lee, Shelby County officials and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers toured a new 401-bed hospital for COVID-19 patients in Memphis. more
While public school systems and university campuses across the nation wrestle with the notion of returning to the classroom this fall, Lee University is among those dedicated to a restart.Dr. Paul … more
Restaurants and retail stores will no longer be restricted to 50% capacity, but instead urged to focus on social-distancing standards this week after an announcement by Gov. Bill Lee’s Unified … more
The short-term implications of the COVID-19 coronavirus will have a long-term effect on consumer spending and industry recruitment. That's the assessment of a Cleveland/Bradley Chamber of … more
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