Lee Supports Decision To Fire Tennessee’s Top Vaccine Official

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee Backed The Decision To Fire The Tennessee Department Of Health’s Top Vaccine Expert, Dr. Michelle Fiscus, During A Thursday News Conference. Lee Said The Decision Was Made By Department Of Health Commissioner Lisa Piercey And Department Leadership.

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Chattanooga Mayor Shuts Down Two Community Centers After Confirmed COVID Cases

On Wednesday, July 21st, Chattanooga Mayor Tim Kelly Temporarily Closed Two Community Centers After A Single Confirmed Case Of COVID Was Discovered At Each Facility.

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Legislative Committee Focuses On TN Vaccination Efforts For Minors

A Discussion On Tennessee’s Vaccination Policies And A Follow-Up On A Past Meeting With The Department Of Health Dominated The Tennessee Legislature’s Government Operations Committee Meeting Wednesday.

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Top Vaccine Official Fired After Health Department Pushes Vaccines On Minors

Tennessee Government Fired One Of Its Top Vaccination Officials From The Tennessee Department Of Health After Controversy Surrounding The Department’s Campaign To Push COVID-19 Vaccines On Minors.

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Texas Lawmaker Captures Nation’s Divide Over Vaccines

A Former Assistant Attorney General For Texas, Chip Roy Sees It As His Constitutional Duty As A Member Of The Co-Equal Legislative Branch To Balance The Executive: And That Civic Obligation Doesn’t Stop During A Pandemic. For Him, The Role Of The Federal Government Is Simple. Facilitate The Rollout Of Doses, Sure, But Don’t Knock On Any Doors. Leave It Up To The Individual Whether Or Not To Get Vaccinated. Then It Is A Question Of Prudence, Of Weighing Risks-vs-Rewards.

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Federal Bill Would Ban Vaccine Database In Response To Biden’s ‘Door-To-Door’ Pledge

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, Introduced A Bill That Would Prohibit The Federal Government From Creating And Maintaining A Federal Database Of Every American Who Has Received COVID-19 Vaccines.

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Biden Offers Up New Vaccination Strategy After U.S. Misses Goal

Biden Announced A New Targeted Approach To The National COVID-19 Vaccination Effort After Coming Up Short On His Previous Vaccination Goal For July 4. Biden Outlined Five Key Objectives As Part Of The New Strategy At A Press Conference Tuesday After Meeting With His COVID-19 Response Team.

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Largest Health Care Union To Fight Mandatory Vaccines For Workers

The President Of The Largest Union Of Health Care Workers In The U.S. Says It Will Fight Companies Requiring Its Members To Have Mandatory COVID-19 Shots As A Condition Of Employment.

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Rhodes College Punishes Unvaccinated Students Financially

Rhodes Notified Students Via A Letter That They Will Be Charging $1500 To All Students Who Are Not Vaccinated. The College Claims The Fee Will Be Used To Cover The Expense Of Weekly Testing.

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