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The City of Bristol, Tennessee is closely monitoring the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak. City staff remains in frequent contact with officials from the Sullivan County Regional Health Department to receive the latest information and recommendations for minimizing the impact of the 2019 novel coronavirus on the Bristol community. Based on guidance received from local public health officials and from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, certain City services may be modified in order to limit the potential for spreading the virus.
Measures are also being taken to ensure that other vital services continue without interruption.
Citizens are reminded to continue doing their part to help prevent the spread of this virus by cleaning their hands often, disinfecting frequently touched surfaces daily, and always covering coughs and sneezes. When possible, social distancing should be practiced to avoid close contact with others, ideally keeping a distance of about 6 feet. To assist with this, the City reminds citizens that they have the option to pay current utility bills and other items either online or by using the drop-off box located outside of City Hall rather than paying in person in the Finance Department. For all payment options, please visit bristoltn.org/paynow. Monthly City Council meetings are also streamed live on the City’s Facebook and YouTube pages.
For ongoing updates regarding the City of Bristol’s response to the COVID-19 outbreak, related schedule changes, and up-to-date information from the Sullivan County Regional Health Department and the CDC, please visit bristoltn.org/covid19 or call (423) 989-5500.