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.
Far from overwhelmed, Tennessee’s rural hospitals are having the opposite problem amid the coronavirus pandemic. They’re not seeing enough patients to pay the bills.
It took a parade of 54 ambulances, two ambubuses and a wheelchair van from throughout Middle Tennessee to evacuate the sick residents of a nursing home in Gallatin.
This blog will be updated regularly with the latest on the spread of coronavirus in Tennessee.
Seamstresses and 3D printers are trying to make up for a shortage of medical masks beginning to hit Tennessee. As coronavirus hospitalizations grow, people stuck at home look for some way to pitch in.