CDC guidelines on what to do if you are sick with COVID-19 or suspect you are infected with the virus that causes COVID-19 including steps you should take steps to help prevent the disease from spreading to people in your home and community. CDC - If You Are Sick
Yesterday, Tennessee’s Economic Recovery Group released guidance for close contact services today, enabling over 38,000 workers to resume business in 89 of the state’s 95 counties on May 6. Six counties – Shelby, Madison, Davidson, Hamilton, Knox and Sullivan – will create individual plans in consultation with their locally-run health departments. For complete information, visit https://www.tn.gov/governor/news/2020/4/30/economic-recovery-group-releases-guidance-for-close-contact-businesses-for-may-6-reopen.html.
The following is a joint statement from the Sevierville Parks and Recreation Department, the Pigeon Forge Parks and Recreation Department, and the Smoky Mountain Youth Baseball Association.
Under the guidelines provided by Governor Bill Lee in the Tennessee Pledge recommending that all youth sports league activity remain closed until at least May 29, 2020, it is the decision of the Sevierville Parks and Recreation Department, the Pigeon Forge Parks and Recreation Department and SMYBA, to cancel the Spring 2020 youth baseball and softball season.
On April 28, the Governor's Office announced guidance for gyms and exercise facilities on how to reopen safely. Gyms will be allowed to reopen in 89 of the state’s 95 counties beginning Friday, May 1. For more details, visit https://www.tn.gov/governor/news/2020/4/28/economic-recovery-group-releases-reopening-guidance-for-gyms.html.
AN ORDER ALLOWING TENNESSEANS TO RETURN TO WORK SAFELY WHILE ENCOURAGING CONTINUED ADHERENCE TO HEALTH GUIDELINES TO LIMIT THE SPREAD OF COVID 19.
The new executive order is effective through May 29, 2020. View the full executive order here: https://publications.tnsosfiles.com/pub/execorders/exec-orders-lee30.pdf.
Following Tennessee Governor Lee’s decision to not extend the stay at home executive order, the City of Sevierville is beginning to reopen some facilities to the public. Social distancing and personal hygiene are being emphasized; wearing a cloth mask is encouraged when in a public setting. Measures will be in place to enhance the safety of residents and staff at each facility.