Subject: COVID-19 Update – 6/01/2020 – Clergy

Mayor Strickland announced a new Emergency Order that included a curfew for Memphis.

Earlier, in an effort to help keep things peaceful, the Mayor announced that starting the evening of June 1, a 10pm to 6am curfew would be instituted. This curfew will be continued as long as necessary to insure safety for all citizens. What this means is if you are out during these hours, you can be arrested with the exception of essential workers and those experiencing a medical emergency.

The order prohibits people from being in the streets or on public property, unless traveling to and from work, for health, or safety. Businesses will not be required to close or change their hours at this time. More details about this curfew can be seen on all major local networks. To see the Executive Order, go here.

To read the Mayor’s full remarks from today’s press conference, click here.Shelby County COVID-19 Updates
Shelby County Health Department COVID-19 Daily Update: June 1, 2020
COVID-19 Cases
Shelby County Cases – 5124
Deaths – 109
Total Tested in Shelby County – 75,631
Tennessee Total Cases – 23,006
*** Numbers as of 2:00 p.m. 5/31/2020

Other Jurisdictions:
Tipton County, TN – 445
Desoto County, MS – 542
Crittenden County, AR – 380
Numbers current as of 10:00 a.m. 6/01/2020Total Cases

Information about hospitalization status is gathered at the time of diagnosis, therefore this information may be incomplete. This number indicates the number of patients that were ever hospitalized during their illness, it does not indicate the number of patients currently hospitalized.
Please note for deaths: Some deaths may be reported by health care providers, hospitals, medical examiners, local health departments, or others before they are included in the statewide count.
Please note for recovered: Tennessee Health Department defines “recovered” as people who (1) have been confirmed to be asymptomatic by their local or regional health department and have completed their required isolation period or (2) are at least 21 days beyond the first test confirming their illness.

More relating to these numbers: https://www.tn.gov/health/cedep/ncov.html
Where to get tested for COVID-19: https://covid19.memphistn.gov/covid-19-testing-sites-in-shelby-county/

Shelby County Health Department has added a data page to its COVID-19 webpage: www.shelbytnhealth.com/coronavirus. It includes information about the geographic distribution of COVID-19 cases in Shelby County.

Shelby County Safer at Home

All of Shelby County, including the municipalities and the unincorporated areas are under Safer at Home orders. Some non-essential businesses may reopen under the guidance of Shelby County Health Directive #4, issued on May 18, 2020, which can be viewed here: www.shelbytnhealth.com/healthdirectives.

For more information about the Safer at Home order or to register concerns, the public may contact:

The Shelby County Mayor’s Action Line: 901-222-2300
The Shelby County Health Department’s COVID-19 Hotline: 833-943-1658
Email shelbytnhealth@shelbycountytn

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Remember to spread the word to stay at home whenever possible during this pandemic. Gatherings at parks, homes, business lots, and other locations where people congregate socially should not be done at this time. It is not safe, and can lead to a rise in COVID-19 cases. Please contact MPD if you see a large gathering at (901) 545-2677. If you must go out, stay safe, practice social distancing, keep hand sanitizer with you. Also, wear a face mask, and keep your hands and touched surfaces clean. Let’s work together to end this epidemic!

If you have any questions, don’t hesitate to call or reply. Take care.

Sincerely,

Officer R. Jefferson
Memphis Police Department
Raines Station
(901) 636-4595
riquel.jefferson@memphistn.gov

 

 

 

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