Nashville, Tennessee and COVID-19

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12/15/2021 Dave Ramsey Fired Employee for Taking Covid Precautions, Suit Says ... accused of firing an employee for wearing masks at the office and for wanting to work from home during the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a federal lawsuit filed this week.The lawsuit said that ... a former employee at the company, which is based near Nashville. A lawyer for Mr. Ramsey said the case was without merit and that the company has followed guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control ...
12/15/2021 Dave Ramsey Fired Employee for Taking Covid Precautions, Suit Says ... accused of firing an employee for wearing masks at the office and for wanting to work from home during the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a federal lawsuit filed this week.The lawsuit said that ... a former employee at the company, which is based near Nashville. A lawyer for Mr. Ramsey said the case was without merit and that the company has followed guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control ...
12/15/2021 Dave Ramsey Fired Employee for Taking Covid Precautions, Suit Says ... accused of firing an employee for wearing masks at the office and for wanting to work from home during the Covid-19 pandemic, according to a federal lawsuit filed this week.The lawsuit said that ... a former employee at the company, which is based near Nashville. A lawyer for Mr. Ramsey said the case was without merit and that the company has followed guidelines from the Centers for Disease Control ...
12/15/2021 Christian Finance Expert Dave Ramsey Sued for Religious Discrimination ... COVID-19 pandemic.Lawyers for Brad Amos filed a complaint Monday (Dec. 13) in U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee, alleging there was a ‚Aucult-like‚Au environment at the Lampo Group LLC, the company Ramsey leads near Nashville.The complaint claims Lampo, better known as Ramsey Solutions, violated Title VII of the Civil Rights Act by requiring employees to abide by Ramsey‚Aos religious beliefs about ...
12/14/2021 Christian finance expert Dave Ramsey sued for religious discrimination ... COVID-19 pandemic.Lawyers for Brad Amos filed a complaint Monday (Dec. 13) in U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Tennessee, alleging there was a ‚Aucult-like environment‚Au at the Lampo Group LLC, the company Ramsey leads near Nashville.The complaint claims Lampo, better known as Ramsey Solutions, violated Title VII of the Civil Rights Act by requiring employees to abide by Ramsey‚Aos religious beliefs about ...
12/1/2021 Real estate professionals give low down on local market Real estate sales have continued to boom in Middle Tennessee, and particularly in Williamson County, during the COVID-19 pandemic as companies have continued to relocate to the region, needing commercial space and places to ... what trends are likely to disappear.‚AuWilliamson County and the Nashville region have seen a considerable influx of residents over the past decade, and COVID-19 has accelerated the migration to our community. In partnership ...
11/28/2021 High inflation? Low polling? White House blames the pandemic ‚Äì Nashville-Davidson, Tennessee Nashville-Davidson]High inflation? Low polling? White House blames the pandemic ‚Ai Nashville-Davidson, TennesseeNashville-Davidson, Tennessee 2021-11-27 21:47:32 ‚AiWashington (AP) ‚Ai Inflation is skyrocketing It is falling freely. The White House sees COVID-19, the culprit common to all of them.Biden‚Aos team sees the pandemic as the root cause of both national fatigue and his ...
9/30/2021 Thursday News Rodeo: COVID-19 Boosters, Gideon's Army, and Students Protest Party Barges Many Nashvillians [are asking about COVID-19 booster shots, and this story has most of what you need to know, including the eligibility criteria and which kind of shot is currently approved for a booster ... hospitalizations have several facilities still at or above capacity. - The Nashville Scene [has a short interview with the former immunizations director for the Tennessee Department of Health as she was moving her family out of ...
9/27/2021 Pastors applaud judges who blocked Tennessee governor's mask opt-out order | WTVCFOX ... the governor call a special session so the GOP-dominant General Assembly could halt mask mandates in schools and other COVID-19 safety measures.As of Monday, three federal judges have blocked Lee's mask opt ... dishonest' and 'dangerous' as child cases surgeA pastor in Nashville also celebrated the judges' rulings, saying "if Jesus carried a cross, surely the least we can do as Christians is carry a mask."Full ...
9/26/2021 In Case Y‚Äôall Missed It: 10 Top Stories of the Week Our 10 top stories from the last week. Neighbors, a full-service bar and restaurant with two Nashville locations, will open in Franklin at the McEwen Northside development. Read More A look at the COVID-19 case count in Williamson County. https://williamsonsource.com/williamson-county-coronavirus-case-count/ Zoe‚Aos Kitchen, at 3058 Mallory Lane in Franklin, has closed. https://williamsonsource.com/zoes-kitchen-in-franklin-closes/ Money Magazine‚Aos 35th ...
9/24/2021 Today's Top Stories: Sept 23, 2021 ... Nashville locations, will open in Franklin at the McEwen Northside development. https://williamsonsource.com/popular-nashville-bar-restaurant-coming-to-franklin/ Franklin Police are hoping someone from the community might recognize this suspect. https://williamsonsource.com/suspect-steals-nearly-2000-in-fragrances-from-franklin-store/ A look at COVID-19 Cases in Williamson County, with information from the TN Department of Health. https://williamsonsource.com/williamson-county-coronavirus-case-count/ Attending Pilgrimage Festival ...
9/24/2021 What to know about the 2021 Southern Festival of Books in Nashville ... Nashville [Jemma Stephenson] Nashville's 33rd annual Southern Festival of Books runs through Oct. 10. The festival will be mostly online, with livestreams that can be accessed through YouTube or Facebook. There are, however, four in-person events in Nashville that will be held in the evening. When the planning began last winter, the event was slated to follow a hybrid model, but rising rates of COVID-19 infections led to ...
9/23/2021 Orphaned, infected, in crisis: How the pandemic is traumatizing kids 18:44 News Story London Moore, 6, at of Historic First Community Church in Nashville. (Photo by John Partipilo) WASHINGTON ‚Ai The coronavirus pandemic has brought heartbreaking consequences for millions of U.S. children, even as most ... after Sophia started kindergarten, she contracted a mild case of COVID-19, Rush said. She didn‚Aot require hospitalization, but her parents, both unvaccinated, soon became critically ill. Neither of Sophia‚Aos parents survived, making ...
9/23/2021 Orphaned, infected, in crisis: How the pandemic is traumatizing kids 20:08 News Story London Moore, 6, at of Historic First Community Church in Nashville. Photo by John Partipilo for Tennessee Lookout. WASHINGTON ‚Ai The coronavirus pandemic has brought heartbreaking consequences for millions of U.S. children ... after Sophia started kindergarten, she contracted a mild case of COVID-19, Rush said. She didn‚Aot require hospitalization, but her parents, both unvaccinated, soon became critically ill. Neither of Sophia‚Aos parents survived, making ...
9/23/2021 Seized Michael Jackson Memorabilia to Pay for Covid Care in Africa - Rolling Stone ... from the Vice President of Equatorial Guinea ‚Ai including an array of Michael Jackson memorabilia ‚Ai will help pay for Covid-19 vaccines and other medical supplies in the African nation.The money comes from ... September 20th.Related Stories Covid Is Raging in Tennessee. A Nashville Music Festival Is About to Draw Thousands Tourists Arrested for Brawl at NYC Eatery Say Fight Was Over Racial Slur, Not Vaccination Status Related ...
9/23/2021 Michael Jackson Memorabilia Bought With Allegedly Dirty Money to Pay for Covid Care in Equatorial Guinea ... from the Vice President of Equatorial Guinea ‚Ai including an array of Michael Jackson memorabilia ‚Ai will help pay for Covid-19 vaccines and other medical supplies in the African nation. The money comes from ... September 20th. Related Stories Covid Is Raging in Tennessee. A Nashville Music Festival Is About to Draw Thousands Tourists Arrested for Brawl at NYC Eatery Say Fight Was Over Racial Slur, Not Vaccination Status Related ...
9/22/2021 Vaccine hesitancy: TN doctor answers 6 common COVID vaccination questions NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) ‚Ai After nearly a year of trying to explain the effectiveness of the COVID-19 vaccine, Dr. Alex Jahangir says he‚Aos not upset by people who still have questions.‚AuThere are very valid reasons to have hesitancy about vaccines, and I think what‚Aos important is we all need to chill out a little bit and have a little bit of patience and understanding for friends ...
9/21/2021 No end in sight for Tennessee Covid surge - Courthouse News Service ... Covid-19 infections since the pandemic began, a return to normal is not in sight as medical workers are pleading with the public to get vaccinated. Covid-19 is here to stay for the foreseeable future, said Dr. William Schaffner, medical director for the National Foundation for Infectious Diseases and professor at Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville. ‚AuIt's part of our microbial ecological system in which we live,‚Au ...
9/21/2021 Similar factors associated with COVID-19 severity in children and adults A US study has found that as with adults, the same clinical factors affect COVID-19 severity and hospitalisation in children and adolescents. [COVID-19] severity and hospitalisation in children and adolescents. The available evidence ... of Hospital Medicine, Monroe Carell Jr, Children‚Aos Hospital, Vanderbilt, Nashville, Tennessee, US, to undertake a retrospective cohort study across 45 US children‚Aos hospitals to assess factors associated with COVID-19 severity in paediatric ...
9/17/2021 Judge: Gov. Lee's Mask Opt-Out Can Endanger Disabled Kids U.S. News & World Report ... Nashville, Tenn. The health department in Tennessee's most populous county reinstituted a face mask requirement Wednesday, Aug. 18, 2021, for indoor public places such as restaurants, bars and other businesses as a surge in COVID-19 cases strains hospital resources and causes concern in schools. The announcement comes two days after Lee issued an order allowing parents of K-12 students to opt out of mask requirements issued for schools ...
9/17/2021 Judge: Gov. Lee's mask opt-out can endanger disabled kids ... Nashville, Tenn. The health department in Tennessee's most populous county reinstituted a face mask requirement Wednesday, Aug. 18, 2021, for indoor public places such as restaurants, bars and other businesses as a surge in COVID-19 cases strains hospital resources and causes concern in schools. The announcement comes two days after Lee issued an order allowing parents of K-12 students to opt out of mask requirements issued for schools ...
9/15/2021 In Nashville and elsewhere, the ICUs are filled with COVID patients ‚Äî and regret In Nashville and elsewhere, the ICUs are filled with COVID patients ‚Ai and regret It‚Aos a struggle for Joe Gammon to talk. Lying in his bed in the intensive care unit at Ascension Saint ... father of six, who has been in critical condition with COVID-19 for weeks. He paused to use a suction tube to dislodge some phlegm from his throat. ‚AuBut I honestly didn‚Aot think I ...
9/7/2021 Most Metro Nashville Public Schools' new COVID-19 cases before Labor Day among high schools Most Metro Nashville Public Schools' new COVID-19 cases before Labor Day among high schools Meghan Mangrum] The number of Metro Nashville Public Schools students newly testing positive for COVID-19 last week remained relatively steady even as [case counts surge across the state . From Aug. 30 to Sept. 5 ‚Ai 540 students were confirmed ...
9/7/2021 More than 500 Metro Nashville Public Schools students tested positive for COVID-19 before Labor Day More than 500 Metro Nashville Public Schools students tested positive for COVID-19 before Labor Day Meghan Mangrum] The number of Metro Nashville Public Schools students newly testing positive for COVID-19 last week remained relatively steady even as [case counts surge across the state . From Aug. 30 to Sept. 5 ‚Ai 540 students were ...
9/3/2021 Nashville health director in isolation with COVID-19 in Ecuador Nashville health director in isolation with COVID-19 in Ecuador [Brett Kelman] Nashville‚Aos top health official spent much of this week stuck in a hotel room in Ecuador after testing positive for coronavirus at the end of a family vacation. City Health Director Gill Wright is not seriously ill and is in self isolation as of Thursday night, said Dr. Alex Jahangir, chairman of the Board of Health. Wright ...