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MORGAN CO. HEALTH COUNCIL AND PUTNAM CO. HEALTH DEPARTMENT TO GET MONEY TO HELP WITH COVID-19 PANDEMIC

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The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services awarded $25 million to 29 health centers in Tennessee as a part of a historic U.S. response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The awarded health centers in Tennessee may use these funds to help their communities detect, prevent, diagnose and treat COVID-19. The funds can also be used to increase health capacity and staffing levels to address the public health emergency. In our general area, Putnam County Health Department will receive over $1.1 million dollars and the Morgan County Health Council in Wartburg will get just over $639,000.

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