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By Friday, April 3, the cases confirmed for COVID-19 continue to grow. Montgomery County has eclipsed the 40-case mark while the state of Tennessee has topped 3,000.

As the coronavirus outbreak continues to spread and stay-at-home orders made in the local area, Blood Assurance teamed up with the Clarksville Area Ministerial Association to ensure the continued adequacy of the blood supply. 

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Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee held a press conference in Knoxville on Friday after meeting with local leaders about the area’s plans to combat COVID-19. Here is a summary.

Under new provisions to counter the COVID-19 pandemic, Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett and Clarksville Mayor Joe Pitts implemented shelter-to-home orders, except when engaging in essential activities or essential services.

As Clarksville moves forward during the COVID-19 crisis, city council meetings will continue to take place with a few adjustments in place. 

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By Wednesday, April 2, the cases confirmed for COVID-19 continue to grow. Montgomery County is nearing the 40-case mark while the state of Tennessee draws near 3,000. 

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East Montgomery Elementary School first grader Joseph Bostain continues his road to recovery this week following a mid-March COVID-19 diagnosis.

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FORT CAMPBELL, Ky.—A soldier stationed at Fort Campbell tested positive for COVID-19, which marked the first confirmed case for the virus of a service member at the installation.