Cannon's Prepared For Possible COVID-19 Cases

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"Plan Don't Panic" Those were the words of Governor Bill Lee Thursday when addressing the latest information in regards to COVID-19. The moniker is also has been adopted by Town of Woodbury Mayor Andy Duggin after calling a group together of Cannon County and Woodbury Emergency Personnel including County Executive Brent Bush.
The group which also consisted of Cannon County Health Department Director Michael Railing, Tabitha Smith of the Community Wellness Clinic and representatives from Fast Pace Urgent Care and MTSU stressed the importance of following CDC guidelines and staying home as much as possible to help prevent the spread of the virus.
While expectations are predicted to grow worse than it already is next week, the group also talked about being prepared should an outbreak occur. County EMA Director Roy Sullivan says the County is prepared to handle any situation and acknowledged how important it is for the county and the city of Woodbury to help each other during this time.
To date, there has been one confirmed case in the County of COVID-19. Dek Sissom County Ambulance Director stated that the patient is currently quarantined and will recover.
More information on this meeting will be in this week's Cannon Courier out in stores on Monday and delivered by mail to our subscribers starting Tuesday

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