The Governor issued a safer-at-home order to close non-essential businesses as the number of cases in the state reached 1,834.
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Knox County pandemic regulations to stay in place despite health board power shift
Bill Lee’s Executive Order No. 77 the local health departments in six Tennessee counties, including Knox County, have the authority to issue regulations ... in federal COVID-19 relief stimulus ...
COVID-19: US State Policy Report – March 27-30, 2021
This report captures the shifting state, territorial and local government policies and guidance in response to the COVID-19 ... order (see here) Governor plans to issue new “safer at home ...
It’s been one year since Knoxville mayor’s safer-at-home order
This order directly echoed one made by the Knox County Health Department ... after the U.S. and Peru, to report a 24-hour tally of COVID-19 deaths that exceeded 4,000.
Maine CDC reports 197 COVID-19 cases, no new deaths
Seven hundred thirty-six people have died with COVID-19 since the pandemic began in Maine. A Franklin County resident was the first in Maine to have a Braziliant ... 4,222 in Kennebec, 797 in Knox, ...
Knox Co. Board of Health moves to monthly meetings, extends alcohol curfew to 12 a.m.
It was the first time ... in essence, Gov. Lee's executive orders give the board authority to be less stringent than the state when it comes to COVID-19 restrictions. The Knox County Board of ...
Gov. Bill Lee issues statewide ‘safer-at-home’ order closing all non-essential businesses
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WMC) - Governor Bill Lee signed an executive order Monday to close all non-essential businesses statewide as the number of confirmed coronavirus cases grows by the day.