Nashville-based health experts shared new localized outbreak projections Thursday morning and said social distancing appears to be reducing the spread of the coronavirus.
Another Tennessee prison is reporting an employee with COVID-19 and taking steps to stop it from spreading.
Three more Nashvillians have died from COVID-19 in the past day, bringing the city’s death toll to nine.
Two major Middle Tennessee employers have announced employee furloughs and a third is scaling back its manufacturing.
The scene surrounding Nate Landsperger’s house, on Holly Street in East Nashville, is one of brick homes reduced to rubble.