Health Organizations Urge FDA to Remove COVID Vaccines from Market

As The Tennessee Health Department Continues To Offer The Pfizer Vaccine To Children Ages 12 And Up, Children’s Advocacy Groups Are Stepping Up To Contest That Decision.

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TN Department Of Health Doctrine Allows Vaccinations, Medical Treatments Of Minors Without Parental Consent (Updated)

According To A Document Issued From The Tennessee Department Of Health, There Are Circumstances Where 7–14-Year-Old Children Can Receive A Vaccine With No Parental Consent. The Mature Minor Doctrine Also States That Children 14 Years Of Age And Older May Receive A Vaccine…

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Tennessee Health Commissioner Is ‘Fairly Certain’ Covid Will Get Worse

Tennessee’s Health Commissioner, Lisa Piercey, Has Said There Are Signs That The Covid-19 Pandemic Could Begin To Get Worse Soon. Piercey Said Tennessee Specifically Could See Things Worsening, Given It Is One Of The Most Infectious States At The Moment.

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Governor Lee Quietly Receives Weekend Dose of COVID-19 Vaccine

Governor Bill Lee Received His First Round Of The COVID-19 Vaccine Over The Weekend, Doing So Without Any Sort Of Public Statement. A Photographer Typically Travels With The Governor, Documenting Important Daily Events. However, The Governor’s Social Media Accounts Were Strangely Silent About His Receiving The COVID-19 Shot.

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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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Potentially Expired COVID-19 Doses Administered In Shelby County

Tennessee Health Officials Are Working With Pfizer Scientists And Centers For Disease Control And Prevention Staff To Identify Whether Improperly Stored Or Expired Doses Of The COVID-19 Vaccine Were Administered In Shelby County.

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Tennessee Educators Receive Their First Vaccine Doses

Educators Across Tennessee Are Back On The COVID-19 Vaccine Priority List. Phase 1-b Includes Teachers And Childcare Workers With About 100,000 People Total.

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COVID-19 Vaccines Possibly Stolen, Children Vaccinated In Shelby County

A Shelby County Health Department Volunteer May Have Stolen Multiple Doses Of The COVID-19 Vaccine While Another Volunteer Administered The Vaccine To Children.

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Tennessee is Removing Restrictions for Visiting Long-Term Care Facilities

On Wednesday, The State Of Tennessee Decided To Lift Restrictions On Visiting Long-Term Care Facilities, Such As Nursing Homes.

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