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
After careful consideration of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and increases in the number of positive and active COVID-19 cases in Sevier County, the City of Sevierville will indefinitely close public access to Sevierville City Hall for the health and welfare of our residents and employees. The closure will be effective Monday, November 30, 2020, until further notice.
The City of Sevierville Board of Mayor and Aldermen workshop and meeting scheduled for Monday, December 7, 2020 will be available online only due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Several BMA meetings were previously held virtually over the summer when active COVID-19 cases had significantly increased. Information on how to access the online workshop and meeting will be provided prior to December 7.
Additionally, the December 21, 2020 BMA meeting has been cancelled since it is near the Christmas holiday season.
From the state health dept.: there are 4,681 confirmed and probable cases, 38,425 negative tests, 3,965 inactive/recoveries, 685 active cases, 130 hospitalizations since the outbreak, and 31 deaths in Sevier County due to COVID-19. For more on state reporting, go to https://www.tn.gov/health/cedep/ncov/data/data-faqs.html.
The Sevier County Health Department is continuing to provide FREE COVID-19 testing. Testing is available at the Sevier County Health Department located at 719 Middle Creek Road.
November Testing Hours:
November 24 8am-3:30pm
November 25 8am-12pm
Closed November 26-November 29
November 30 7am-5pm.
December Testing Hours:
Closed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day
Closed New Years Eve and New Years Day.
From the state health dept.: there are 4,585 confirmed and probable cases, 38,018 negative tests, 3,949 inactive/recoveries, 606 active cases, 130 hospitalizations since the outbreak, and 30 deaths in Sevier County due to COVID-19. For more on state reporting, go to https://www.tn.gov/health/cedep/ncov/data/data-faqs.html.