For the second week in a row, Moore County gained seven new COVID cases. In the last seven days, 791 folks from Moore County have been tested. We now have 16 active case and 19 recovered cases. Moore County has not experienced any COVID-19 related deaths.
COVID-19 Update: 4 Things You Need to Know This Week
Moore County gained seven new cases this week but our positivity rate is just 3 percent.
Moore County added five new COVID cases this week
The positivity rate for Tennessee is now 8.9 % – above the five percent recommendation of medical experts.
Emergency COVID-19 cash available for some Moore County families
State funds are available for unemployed families who need a little help due to the COVID-19 situation but the deadline is approaching soon.
Health Department changes COVID-19 testing hours
The Moore County Health Department recently reduced the hours for COVID-19 testing each week.
Three Coffee County Jail employees test positive for COVID-19
Sheriff says three Coffee County Jail employees have tested positive but there are no confirmed cases among prison population.
Chattanooga becomes National COVID hotspot
Study identifies Chattanooga as one of 22 national hotspots.
COVID-19 Update: 5 Things You Need to Know This Week
Moore County remains at 3 confirmed case. There are now confirmed cases in all 95 counties.
May 15 COVID-19 Update: 4 Thing You Need to Know Today
Weekend testing stops but our state continues to test aggressively.
May 11 COVID-19 Update: 4 Things You Need to Know Today
Monday’s Update: Group says Moore County is at low risk for a second wave and Senator Alexander has been exposed and is in self quarantine.