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The Johnson County Longhorns lost their season opener Monday night with Providence Academny of Johnson City. The score 48 to 45. On tap next for the Longhorns is a trip to Science Hill on Thursday, November 19th at 6pm. Science Hill is also only allowing 2 parents to attend the game per player or cheerleader only. The Longhorns are scheduled to play in the Food City Thanksgiving Classic November 23 through the 28th. The date and time to be announced later.
As Phifzer and Moderna gave the nation encouraging news of Coronavirus Vaccines, Tennessee officials said the state will be ready to begin distribution of the vaccines as early as December 1st. In their remarks, Governor Bill Lee and Health Commissioner Dr.Lisa Piercey were clear in their remarks, widespread distribution of any Covid 19 vaccine probably won’t be available until this coming Spring at the earliest. In the event that the Federal Drug Administration approves either or both of the vaccines, Piercey said doses will be on the way to healthcare professionals and vulnerable populations first, as soon as 24 hours after FDA approval. Piercey said both companies are expected to submit their findings to the FDA within a month. From there, she said the FDA could take days or weeks to issue a decision. If the vaccines are approved, distribution can begin within 24 hours. The vaccination plan details three phases of distribution, putting healthcare workers and first responders first in line, followed by outpatient healtcare workers and high-risk groups such as older adults in congreate care.
The Johnson County Health Department has announced modified Covid 19 testing hours, effective Monday, November 16th. The testing will be available Monday through Friday from Noon till 3pm. No preregistration or identification is required. For more information call 423.727.9731.
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