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- 03.31.2020 – Unicoi County Mayor Garland Evely has issued a Declaration of Local State of Emergency, which includes a Safer at Home Order that closes non-essential businesses, requires CDC social-distancing guidelines, and restricts travel. The Order will be effective at 12:01 am on April 1st, 2020. The Order will remain in effect until April 7th, 2020, but may be extended as needed. View the Declaration of Local State of Emergency and Safer At Home Order here.
- 03.26.2020 – A message from the Unicoi County Mayor Garland Evely: Effective Friday, March 27th we will be implementing an inside dropbox service in the Unicoi County Courthouse. This is out of concern for the safety of the employees. Courts will remain open for those that have to appear. We appreciate the community working with us to minimize person to person contact.
Update – There will be no drop off for the County Clerk’s office. Please contact their office at 423-743-3381. A reminder that the deadline for obtaining registration renewals that expire in March or April has been extended to June 15, 2020.
- 03.26.2020 – A message from the Unicoi County Mayor Garland Evely: As of today (03.26.2020), we do now have a confirmed case of a patient with COVID-19 in Unicoi County. We do not have any other details on the case at this time. Thanks.
- 03.25.2020 – A message from the Unicoi County Mayor Garland Evely: Unicoi County receives daily updates from the Tennessee Department of Health concerning reported cases of COVID-19. At 12 pm today, there are no confirmed cases of COVID-19 reported in Unicoi County. It is important to note that there is a delay of 3-4 days between testing and results. As more information becomes available, this will be shared with the community. The Tennessee Department of Health provides daily updates at 3 pm of reported cases across the state. https://www.tn.gov/health/cedep/ncov.html