Here is some of the latest coronavirus news Nashville readers should know about.
Gov. Bill Lee recommends Tennessee school closures for remainder of academic year
Gov. Bill Lee announced in an April 15 press conference that he is recommending all schools remain closed through the rest of the school year.
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Metro Nashville Public Schools to close for remainder of academic year
Metro Nashville Public Schools students will not resume in-person classes this school year following a recommendation from the governor.
Williamson County Schools, Franklin Special School District to close for remainder of 2019-20 school year
Williamson County Schools and Franklin Special School District also announced their schools will not reopen this school year.
Gov. Bill Lee announces free coronavirus testing for all Tennesseans
Any Tennessean regardless of symptoms will be able to receive a free coronavirus test at drive-thru sites across the state, the governor also announced April 15.
Wendy Sturges and Dylan Aycock contributed to this report.