Tag Archives: COVID-19

COVID-19 Local Cases Update

Anderson County                 Total Cases: 8,599                 Active Cases: 87                 Deaths: 171                 Number of Vaccines Reported: 45,008                 % of Population with at least one dose: 36.67%                 % of Population fully vaccinated: 22.92% Roane County                 Total Cases: 6,174                 Active Cases: 64                 Deaths: 102                 …

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Roane State One Stop resumes in-person student services

Roane State Roane County Campus Roane State’s One Stop offices at the Roane County and Oak Ridge campuses have now resumed in-person student services. Success coaches are also returning to all RSCC campuses this week on a mixed schedule. When scheduling appointments with success coaches, students will be able to …

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Roane County Health Department Expands Vaccine Eligibility and Offers Extended Hours to Increase Access to COVID-19 Vaccination

ROCKWOOD, Tenn. – The Roane County Health Department is expanding vaccine eligibility and offering extended hours to increase access to COVID-19 vaccination in the community. Roane County is now vaccinating all residents 16 and older. The Roane County Health Department offers COVID-19 vaccination by appointment. To book your appointment, visit …

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Roane State planning return to campuses for Fall 2021

Roane State is unveiling a plan for Fall 2021 focused on getting students back into the classroom safely for in-person learning. Nearly one year after the COVID-19 pandemic forced the majority of Roane State’s classes go virtual, the college reports that approximately 70% of classes remain all or mostly online …

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UT Remains Strong Despite COVID-19

(Submitted February 25, 2021) KNOXVILLE—The University of Tennessee remains strong, despite the COVID-19 storm, the UT Board of Trustees heard during daylong meetings Thursday. In the first month of classes during the fall 2020, UT had over 900 positive COVID-19 cases. One month into the spring 2021 semester, the University has …

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