Nashville To Host Post-Pandemic Southern Baptist Convention

After Over A Year Of The Response To The Pandemic Killing The Meeting Industry, Music City Will Welcome Thousands Of Southern Baptists For Their Annual Meeting In June.

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TN House Bill To Limit Health Board Power Heard In Committee

A New Bill Proposed By Tennessee Representative Jason Zachary Would Give County Mayors Across The State More Power Over Policies During A Response To Any Health Emergencies. In Doing So, It Would Also Limit The Authority Of Independent Health Departments.

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Bill To Allow Governor To Order Schools To Reopen Passes Tennessee Senate (Update)

The Tennessee State Senate Approved Legislation Monday Evening That Would Allow Governor Bill Lee To Order Schools To Offer In-Person Learning.

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Amid Limited Vaccines Covid-19 Variant Is Spreading

Hamilton County Officials Have Confirmed The U.K. Variant Of COVID-19 Is Spreading Through The Area Just As They Have Chosen To Extend Vaccine Eligibility.

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Tennessee Teacher Vaccinations For COVID-19 Open Statewide Next Week

Tennessee K-12 Teachers Statewide Can Schedule Appointments Beginning Monday To Get Their COVID-19 Vaccinations. A New Phase Of Vaccinations Was Announced Tuesday By The State Health Department, Including Teachers, Child Care Staff And Tennesseans 65 And Older.

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Tennessee Legislature Seeks To Prohibit Businesses From Requiring Masks, COVID Tests, Vaccinations

Representative Susan Lynn Has Filed A Bill In Tennessee House Of Representatives That, If Passed, Would Make It Unlawful For Businesses Of Public Accommodation To Create Policies Requiring Consumers To Wear Masks, Take COVID Tests, Or Vaccines, Or Any Other Type Of Medical Treatment.

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Two Nashville Natives Picked For Biden’s COVID Health Equity Taskforce

White House Announces COVID-19 Task Force That Includes Two Tennesseeans as Residents Question Vaccine Equity And State Begins Investigation Into Nearly 1,000 Lost Doses In Knox County.

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As COVID Metrics Improve, Nashville Restaurants Will Be Allowed To Stay Open Until Midnight

The Metro Nashville Public Health Department Will Allow Restaurants To Remain Open Until Midnight, Beginning Monday, February 1st, As COVID-19 Metrics Gradually Improve.

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