PLEASE NOTE THIS CHANGE IN DATE
Virtual Meeting is now on Tuesday, August 25th at 7:00 p.m.
Please plan to arrive as early as 6:30 p.m. to share your current e xperiences with other members before the program begins.
Noel Kuck and Kaye Bultemeir will give a presentation about their trip on the Trans Siberian Railroad. Please join us. This will be held via Zoom and there will be plenty of opportunity to ask questions and discuss
Join Zoom Meeting
Meeting ID: 856 1322 2190
Starting July 1st, Knox County will abandon its local coronavirus reopening plan and begin adhering to a state-issued plan called the Tennessee Pledge
The “Tennessee Pledge” is a plan to help Tennesseans return to work in a safe environment, restore their livelihoods and reboot our state’s economy. COVID-19 is an unprecedented and rapidly evolving threat facing Tennessee and the world. The health and safety of Tennesseans remains our number one priority. Much of our state’s current success in this fight is because Tennesseans naturally choose to put each other first and voluntarily adopt safe, new habits. It’s that volunteer spirit that’s been fighting this pandemic, and it’s the same volunteer spirit that will rebuild our economy. This plan was developed by Governor Lee, the Unified Command Group (UCG) and Tennessee’s Economic Recovery Group (ERG) with input from health experts, state and local partners, and business and industry leaders. It includes specific recommendations which enable most businesses to reopen responsibly without the burden of heavy mandates. This will be a gradual process, with room to adjust as we evaluate changing data. The Tennessee Pledge asks businesses to provide safe working conditions that protect both employees and consumers, while securing their livelihoods. This plan also asks employees to commit to protecting themselves, their co-workers and the customers they serve. Finally, we encourage every Tennessee resident to be on the same team with our businesses: act responsibly by following recommended guidelines for social distancing, hygiene and wearing protective equipment when appropriate. Only by working together as a community of volunteers can we successfully reboot our economy—a vital component of our lives, security and liberty—and successfully move past this public health crisis.
For complete up-to-date information please go to www.tnPledge.com.
Wash your hands frequently
Maintain social distancing when out keeping 6 feet from others.
Cover your mouth when sneezing or sneeze into your sleeve. Wear a face mask or face covering when out in public.
Stay at home as much as possible to avoid receiving or transmitting the virus to others.
Eat well, get adequate rest and get as much exercise as possible.