In previous years, the Tennessee Department of Health Medical Reserve Corps has called on volunteers to assist the department when dealing with public health crises and disasters.
Weeks after the COVID-19 pandemic closed schools across the state, local and state education officials have started to rethink some of their policies.
About 500 HIV-positive patients from across the region receive health care services from the East Tennessee State University HIV Center of Excellence.
Mitziann Stiltner, an 11th-grade English instructor at Science Hill, has been a teacher for 16 years now, but she’s never had to adjust her teaching methods as much as recently.
Keeping your home clean has become even more important during the COVID-19 pandemic, according to Connie Goff Sharp, a Washington County extension agent for the University of Tennessee Institute of Agriculture.
Two East Tennessee State University campus community members tested positive this week for COVID-19, according to a Thursday announcement from the university.
Noland said there “will be no tuition increase for the upcoming academic year” due to the uncertainty caused by the pandemic.
Health care providers are letting patients know about the benefits of remote telemedicine visits with physicians and practitioners.
Classes have been moved online, and all activities have been canceled until April 27.
The novel coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has touched almost every facet of life, including how college students continue their studies.