COVID-19: Mayor Urges Personal Responsibility

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The city of Murfreesboro is under a local state of emergency, which requires all alcohol and food service businesses to close for on-site consumption and gym, exercise and fitness facilities to close.

Mayor Shane McFarland, during a briefing from the council chambers carried LIVE on WGNS, said he's been asked by many about a "safer at home directive," similar to Nashville. He said Murfreesboro's charter is set up different than Metro Nashville:



McFarland said he is at peace knowing we have expert medical and emergency personnel locally to handle the crisis:



The mayor also mentioned - to his knowledge - there is no reason to fear there won't be food at local grocery stores:



The mayor said he would continue to provide updates and WGNS is committed to making sure we carry these on-air and will post them on-demand at WGNSRadio.com.



LISTEN TO THE MAYOR'S FULL 3-23-20 COVID-19 BRIEFING:

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