Chattanooga Resident Banned From Mellow Mushroom

On May 29th, A Chattanooga Resident Learned He Was Banned From Being Served At Mellow Mushroom Due To The Belief That He Had Contributed To A Covid-19 Exposure In The Restaurant. Some Believe The Ban Actually Stemmed From A Political Conversation…

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Coppinger States Occupations And Places Not To Blame For COVID, Contact Tracing Continues

Mayor Coppinger states that “There is no logic or science or anything that says if you stop that occupation or if you don’t allow people to do ‘X’, then it (the coronavirus) will go away.” Contact Tracing continues despite previous media reports. Becky Barnes warns of long-term health consequences for those who recover from the virus.

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Lee Deploys National Guard To Serve Tennessee Hospitals

Governor Bill Lee has authorized the Tennessee National Guard to aid state hospitals during COVID-19 surge with the aim of freeing up hospital resources to better deal with the influx of patients.

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U.S. Sen. Cassidy Joins Group Pushing $908 billion COVID-19 Relief

U.S. Sen. Bill Cassidy on Tuesday joined a “bipartisan, bicameral coalition” of lawmakers to announce a $908 billion COVID-19 aid package they hope can pass both chambers before the end of the year.

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As Restrictions Tighten, The Tivoli Has To Close Its Doors Again

During the last few weeks, The Tivoli Theatre reopened their doors for the Bobby Stone Film Series, but as Hamilton County tightens Covid-19 restrictions, they will be closing once again.

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