The threat of coronavirus in the state may be taking a toll on the mental well-being of Tennesseans, so Gov. Bill Lee’s administration is vowing to focus more resources in underserved areas.
The governor stopped short of requiring people to stay at home.
During the coronavirus pandemic, about 20 private, temporary and unregulated day care facilities have opened up in Tennessee, mostly in churches and community centers.
The Tennessee senator, who is retiring later this year, spoke to WPLN News about the crisis and Washington’s response to it on Friday morning.
The world is at war with the coronavirus. So, the state of Tennessee is organizing something like a military response with what they are dubbing as the COVID-19 Unified Command.