Suburban, county leaders still have concerns about revised health directive

By  and , Daily Memphian Updated: December 21, 2020 10:44 PM CT | Published: December 21, 2020 6:15 PM CT
<strong>Collierville Mayor Stan Joyner earlier Monday, Dec. 21, addressed a group of business owners and citizens protesting Shelby County Health Department mandates.&nbsp;</strong><strong>But, a revised health directive released Monday by the health department is better than a draft leaked to the media earlier, suburban and county leaders say. Joyner said it could have been worse</strong>.&nbsp;(Greg Campbell/Special to the Daily Memphian)

Collierville Mayor Stan Joyner earlier Monday, Dec. 21, addressed a group of business owners and citizens protesting Shelby County Health Department mandates. But, a revised health directive released Monday by the health department is better than a draft leaked to the media earlier, suburban and county leaders say. Joyner said it could have been worse. (Greg Campbell/Special to the Daily Memphian)

A revised health directive released Monday, Dec. 21, by the Shelby County Health Department is better than a draft leaked to the media earlier, suburban and county leaders say, but still causes some concerns. Related story: New, restrictive health directive out, effective Dec. 26

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COVID Shelby County Health Department Alisa Haushalter Mayor Stan Joyner Arlington Mayor Mark Wissman Mark Billingsley Mickell Lowery Mike Cunningham

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Abigail Warren is a lifelong resident of Shelby County and a graduate of the University of Memphis. She has worked for several local publications and covers the suburbs for The Daily Memphian.

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