Tipton County, TNCovington Leader

Active COVID-19 cases are at a 13-month low in Tipton County

COVID cases for the month of May 2021 were the lowest they’ve been in more than a year. According to the statistics provided by the Tennessee Department of Health, there were only 162 cases of COVID diagnosed last month. There were 179 cases reported in April 2021. From May 1-31...
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Munford, TNmunford.com

COVID Vaccine and Testing changes… Read more..

Beginning Monday, May 17th, COVID vaccines will be administered at the Tipton County Health Department (instead of Cobb-Parr Park). Appointments are still available online at vaccinate.tn.gov or walk-in appointments are available as well. Also starting next week, the drive-thru COVID testing time will change to Tuesdays and Thursdays 1:30 –...
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Virus deaths reported in 2 NEA counties

JONESBORO — Most Northeast Arkansas counties saw a drop in new coronavirus cases and active cases during the past week. However, that was not the case in Randolph County, where the numbers have been trending upward, based on a review of daily reports from the Arkansas Department of Health. The...
Tipton County, TNCovington Leader

April 2021 was the first month in a year without COVID deaths in Tipton County

April 2021 was the first month in a year without a reported COVID-19 death in Tipton County. In fact, the death toll decreased as the state worked on verifying deaths. The last reported death was on March 9 and it brought the number of deaths to 104, but that has since been adjusted by the Tennessee Department of Health to 100. The first death was reported on May 4, 2020.
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Dunklin County, MOktmoradio.com

Dunklin County Health Center Still Testing for COVID

While active COVID-19 cases are down across the board, the Dunklin County Health Department still tests for the disease. Here’s Kim Hughes. Just over 18% of Dunklin County residents have initiated their vaccination against COVID, but Hughes says that lower percentage than the statewide average may reflect recent concern over the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.
Tennessee StateCovington Leader

Gov. Bill Lee declares COVID-19 no longer health emergency in Tennessee

On Tuesday morning Gov. Bill Lee announced the end of statewide health mandates and regulations related to the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic. “COVID-19 is now a managed public health issue in Tennessee and no longer a statewide public health emergency,” said Lee. “As Tennesseans continue to get vaccinated, it’s time to lift remaining local restrictions, focus on economic recovery and get back to business in Tennessee.”
Missouri Statektmoradio.com

3.8 Million Doses of COVID Vaccine Administered in MO

Over 3.8 million doses of COVID vaccines have been administered in Missouri. According to the state vaccine dashboard, over 37% of Missourians have initiated vaccination. The percentage of residents continues to inch up in SE Missouri:. Dunklin County — 18% Pemiscot County– 17.3%. New Madrid County — 21.1%. Stoddard County...
Blytheville, ARParagould Daily Press

UAMS to provide COVID-19 vaccinations May 5 in Blytheville

LITTLE ROCK — A University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) Mobile COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., May 5 at New Saint Paul Missionary Baptist Church, 515 E. Sawyer St., in Blytheville. The clinic is available to pre-registered patients only. No onsite registration...
Dunklin County, MOktmoradio.com

One in Three Missourians Have Initiated COVID Vaccination

Governor Mike Parson says one in three Missourians have received at least one dose of the coronavirus vaccine. Parson calls the figure “a milestone.” Nearly one-point-four million Missourians have been fully vaccinated. The percentage of southeast Missouri residents who have at least initiated vaccination continues to inch up. Dunklin County...
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Dyersburg Digest

Dyersburg companies that are hiring despite the COVID-19 pandemic

Want to get yourself a job? Here are a selection of open positions in Dyersburg: 1. CDL Truck Driver - Home Weekly - Average $71,000 to $82,000/Year;2. Spanish/English Medicare Sales - No Cold Calling/Prospecting;3. Travel Physical Therapist - $1,792 per week;4. Travel Respiratory Therapist - $1,122 per week;5. Spanish/English AEP Sales Agent;6. CDL-A Dedicated Truck Drivers: Home Weekly - with BONUSES!;7. Need CDL Truck Driver Now, 4/14/2021, Earn Up to 55 CPM;8. CDL A OTR Tanker Truck Driver;9. CDL Truck Driver - Earn Up to $100,000/Year - Excellent Benefits;10. Entry Level Sales Representative - Hiring Immediately;
Dunklin County, MOktmoradio.com

Vaccine Numbers Continue to Climb

Missouri vaccinators have now administered more than two-point-three million COVID shots, which includes the first and second doses. That’s about 24 percent of Missouri’s population. The state Department of Health and Senior Services (DHSS) says 66 percent of Missouri seniors 75-84 are now vaccinated. Almost 14% of Dunklin County residents...
Dunklin County, MOktmoradio.com

Percentage of Population Getting COVID Vaccination Inching Up

According to Missouri’s COVID Vaccination Dashboard, almost 2.2 million doses of a vaccine have been administered in the state — that includes both first and second shots. The percentage of people in Dunklin County who have gotten at least one shot is up to 13.5%. Pemiscot County is up to 14.1%, and New Madrid County has climbed to 16.5%.
Kennett, MOktmoradio.com

Successful Vaccination Clinic in Kennett

There was another successful COVID-19 vaccination clinic in Kennett yesterday. The Dunklin County Health Department reports 620 more first time vaccinations done. The state’s vaccination dashboard shows 11.5% of Dunklin County residents have received at least one dose of the vaccine. Pemiscot County is at 11.1% and New Madrid County is 14.4%.
Arkansas StateKait 8

ADH announces first Northeast Arkansas mass COVID-19 vaccine clinic

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KAIT) - The Arkansas Department of Health has announced when and where the mass COVID-19 vaccine clinic will take place in Northeast Arkansas. No reservations are accepted, and there is no out-of-pocket expense for the vaccine. The clinic will take place Friday, March 12, from 9 a.m....