M'boro Electric Holding Off on Meter Shut Down, Cruise Ships Disembarking and a Vaccine for COVID-19

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In Murfreesboro, the local electric provider is putting a halt on shutting off electric meters so that those unable to get out with weakened immune systems can stay healthy. WGNS' Scott Walker spoke to Amy Byers with Murfreesboro Electric on Tuesday (3/17/2020)...



Murfreesboro Electric 615-893-5514 (Press #3 for Customer Service). The utility will also be responding to customers on FaceBook Messenger. As of now, their lobby is remaining open.

And of 8:15AM on Tuesday, March 17, 2020 the United States is sitting at 4,400 Cornavirus Cases. With an update about COVID-19 - both in the United States and around the globe, we head to CBS NEWS...



Several Cruise Ships are looking for places to dock as we enter into the time for Spring Break. But, the big issue is getting those on a cruise ship right now - OFF the cruise ship. Vicki Barker with CBS NEWS has more...



One of the areas that cruise ships dock is in Seattle Washington, where a cure for the virus is being tested...

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