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  1. The vast majority non-COVID. Our COVID level has remained fairly steady over the last 3 weeks.
  2. While we definitely had a lower census the last couple of weeks, that is no longer the case at VUMC. Yesterday we were at 80% capacity and that was before elective procedures resume tomorrow.
  3. Yeah, I think you're saying exactly what the article is saying. So far, the mutations that are being seen should not hinder a vaccine, but it's definitely wait and see. And as for immunity after exposure, most seem to think it should last 1-2 years, but again, wait and see.
  4. Here's a good explanation of mutation/vaccine research from today's NYT: https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2020/04/16/opinion/coronavirus-mutations-vaccine-covid.html?action=click&module=Opinion&pgtype=Homepage
  5. Keep in mind that with only Clear you will still have to remove shoes, liquids, etc. You'll need Clear and PreCheck if you wan to use the PreCheck line for personal and carryon screening.
  6. Southwest announces new nonstop service from Nashville to: Portland (ME), Portland (OR), San Juan, Norfolk, and daily to Omaha.
  7. According to the East Nash FB page it sounds like you're right. 44 residential units with less than 2000 square feet of retail. Not sure if there are renderings anywhere.
  8. I think you're forgetting the thousands of tourists that come to Sevier County on a daily basis just to go to Dollywood and then drive the 1-4 hours back home.
  9. Are you sure there will be ground floor retail? My concern is we'll get one of those hideous Trinity Lane complexes with no retail component, which would be a shame in the heart of the "village".
  10. Maybe not as casual as what you're seeking, but for great Lebanese food we do have Epice.
  11. I'm so sad about this. There isn't a better place to throw darts and the bar staff have always been first rate. I never even minded that I reeked of smoke when I left.
  12. It may be the only triple branded Marriott with an AC Marriott, but it's not the only triple Marriott. I recently stayed in one in downtown Houston. Courtyard, Residence Inn, and Springhill Suites all under one roof, in a beautiful, renovated 1921 building.
  13. Sounds like this is a school project. His facebook page says he doesn't graduate until 2021.
  14. Regarding the development in Riverside Village, a facebook post from councilman Davis: Anthony Davis 22 mins Riverside and McGavock UPDATE: At this time, the applicant is withdrawing the request to move forward with the SP, and will build by right with their base zoning. Although there was both support and opposition, being a community plan amendment AND a zoning change, the consensus support needed for the project
  15. As of yesterday, Steven Goff, soccer writer for the WP, tweeted that 31,000 had been sold. There is a great deal of unhappiness at the high ticket prices for a friendly, $55 for upper-level corner, $85 behind the goal, $125-400 for lower-section sideline .
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