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Perry Encourages Stay Home Week After Fall Break

BY Lorna Baxley

Fall Break, which will occur from Nov. 23-27 this year, is always the time when students travel to visit friends and family that may not live nearby. Because of the extra danger that is inherently involved with traveling this year, Dr. Perry has advised that, if possible, all students do online learning from home during the week after fall break.

Currently, Hamblen County is considered a Red Zone for the virus, which means that, according to the Center for Public Integrity, we had more than 100 new cases per 100,000 population last week. Federal reports recommend avoiding gatherings with more than ten people, staying at home if one has underlying health issues, and limiting interactions, among other things. If one has plans for Thanksgiving break that may lead to exposure to Covid19, Dr. Perry urges that he or she stays home and participates in online learning for the week after the break is over.

Happy Thanksgiving Break!
Happy Thanksgiving Break!