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The Tennessee Department of Health has confirmed 2,239 COVID-19 cases across 80 counties, up 405 cases from the number of the day before, the largest day-to-day increase the state has reported. Of them, 178 are confirmed to be hospitalized and 23 people have died — 10 more deaths than the da…

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Macmillan Publishers has reversed their 2019 decision to impose an 8-week embargo on newly released ebooks in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic that has shut down libraries, schools and businesses across the country and has brought distance-learning to the forefront of education. 

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With to-go service from restaurants the only way to eat out across the county and grocery stores experiencing some empty shelves due to the COVID-19 pandemic, questions about how to keep food that you bring into your home safe are front and center.

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Amidst a surge of layoffs spurred on by the coronavirus pandemic, the Tennessee Department of Labor (TDL) announced Thursday morning that it had seen a roughly 1,347 percent increase in unemployment claims across the state, using data from last week when compared to the week prior. 

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Late Wednesday night, the United States Senate passed the CARES Act, a historic $2 trillion stimulus package designed to help save the currently struggling economy, which has seen millions of Americans laid off from their jobs because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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With the official state count of confirmed COVID-19 cases rising to 784 on Wednesday, Gov. Bill Lee said he is asking federal authorities for flexibility in spending state Medicaid dollars on uninsured Tennesseans battling the disease.

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The Tennessee Department of Health on Wednesday afternoon reported there are 784 confirmed cases of COVID-19 across 52 counties. The statewide death toll has risen to three. 

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The number of new confirmed COVID-19 cases reported in Tennessee has fallen again despite experts' assertions that neither the state nor the country has seen the peak of the pandemic.