Schools Urged To Remain Closed

Last Monday Governor Bill Lee ordered an extension of the Stay At Home executive order until April 30 to preserve and increase the containment of COVID-19. The governor’s previous order for Tennesseans to stay at home unless engaging in essential activities or services was to expire April 14, but continued diligence is required to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

The numbers of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations in Tennessee are not increasing as fast as previously feared, and the governor’s latest order is in effort to help maintain the positive trends in Tennessee.

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