Tennessee Chamber Of Commerce Releases COVID-19 Survey for Businesses

The Tennessee Chamber Of Commerce Is Asking Businesses Across The State To Weigh In With Their Take On COVID-19 Restrictions With A Survey Asking Their Opinion On Everything From Mask Mandates To Vaccine Requirements For Both Employees And Customers.

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Private Sector Job Creation Slows Over Concerns Of New COVID Restrictions

As President Joe Biden Issues New COVID-19 Restrictions And Encourages Businesses To Do The Same, New Economic Data Shows The Economy May Be Anticipating The Impact.

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Tennessee’s Jobless Claims Tick Up During Last Week Of Federal Benefits

Nearly 6,500 New Unemployment Claims Were Filed In Tennessee Last Week, The Final Week The State Participated In The Federal Supplemental Pandemic Relief Unemployment Program. 

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To-Go Alcohol In Tennessee Remains, But With Added Tax

Of The Many Alcohol-Related Bills That Passed The Tennessee Legislature This Year And Were Signed By Gov. Bill Lee, One Maintains A Popular Pandemic Rule But Taxes Consumers For It.

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Lee Hosts Live Town Hall With Hannity And GOP Governors

As A Part Of The Republican Governors Association Conference, Governor Bill Lee Hosted Town Hall Forum With Fox News Host Sean Hannity. Joining Them At The J.W. Marriott Hotel For The Live Taping Were Five Other GOP Governors From South Dakota, Iowa, New Hampshire, Arizona, And Florida.

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Berry Season Begins, U-Pick Visits Return As Covid-19 Restrictions Lift

With Summer Officially Beginning On June 20 And Kids Soon To Be Getting Out Of School, Families May Be Looking For More Outdoor Activities To Participate In After A Year Of Staying At Home And Navigating School And Work With The Effects Of The Pandemic.

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National Association Optimistic On Sales Growth For 2021

Retail Sales In The U.S. Could Rise Between 6.5% And 8.2% To More Than $4.3 Trillion This Year As More People Get The COVID-19 Vaccine And The Economy Reopens, According To The National Retail Federation.

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Court Docket Backlog In Tennessee Could Continue

Court Dockets Across Tennessee Have Been Stalled For Months, And It Could Be Several More Months Before They Return To Normal. Even Though The Tennessee Supreme Court Was Able To Relieve Some COVID Restrictions After A Recent Decline In Cases, It Could Still Take Months For The Court System To Get Back On A Normal Schedule.

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COVID-19 Updates, 2nd Dose Vaccine Appointments In Hamilton County

Hamilton County Health Department has added 3,134 second dose Pfizer appointments to schedule from February 21-24 at Tennessee Riverpark & CARTA Bus Barn. Health Officials Warn Of Active Cases Still Being Transmitted, Long-Term COVID complications, & That Mask-Wearing, Safety Protocols Should Still Continue Even After A Person Has Been Vaccinated.

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