Please take the time complete your census today by visiting www.2020Census.gov or calling 844-330-2020 to get counted today! It matters.
FREE MASKS ARE BACK!
Testing isn’t the only thing our Health Department is doing well. They are also doing a great job of distributing the free masks from the State! So good that they have run out on a couple of occasions. But good news, the free cloth masks are again available at the Health Department (1503 South Main Street) while supplies last. Stop by Monday through Friday from 8:00 am until 4:30 pm to pick one up for each individual in your household.
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28 active cases (no change)
87 tested positive (no change)
58 recovered (no change)
1 death officially reported
2,655 negative tests
2,742 total tested
3.2 percent tested positive (87/2,742)
Contact tracing is completed by the Tennessee Department of Health (TDH). Once a patient is contacted about a positive test result by the health department or their local primary care physician, they are immediately contacted by the TDH contact tracing team who investigates their movements and persons that they may have come in close contact with. TDH considers close contact to be within six feet for more than 10 minutes. TDH employees will identify themselves when calling. Contact tracing is done out of the regional office. If you are contacted and have questions or concerns about authenticity, etc., feel free to call 931-646-7586.
These numbers are intended to be a brief summary of the information provided by the Tennessee Department of Health. More detailed information can be found here.
Health Department Testing
The local Health Department (1503 South Main Street) is conducting drive through testing, free of charge, Monday through Friday from 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM. No doctor’s order is required, and no appointment is necessary. Anyone can be tested regardless of symptoms. Results are generally available in about two days.
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