“Tennessee families are working together to combat and beat COVID-19. I am working tirelessly to secure the public health resources we need to get our economy back to work as safely as possible,” - Congressman John Rose
I am dedicated to providing the resources you need to during this public health crisis. Visit the pages to below for updated information on the federal response to COVID-19 and resources available to you.
Up-To-Date Information from the CDC:
- What You Should Know (here)
- Travel Information (here)
- Preventing COVID-19 Spread in Communities (here)
- Higher Risk & Special Populations (here)
- Healthcare Professionals (here)
- Resources for Health Departments (here)
- Laboratories (here)
- Communication Resources (here)
More on COVID-19
WASHINGTON – Congressman John Rose (TN-6) released this statement following his vote against the last minute, $2.3 trillion pushed through the House at the eleventh hour:
COVID-19 Resources and Information
Please see below the COVID-19 updates for 07/21/2021.
Testing in the Sixth District
If you believe you have come in contact with an infected person, or are showing symptoms, please click here for more information on how to get tested.
Resources for Individuals:
Economic Impact Payments
The third round of Economic Impact Payments was authorized by the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 as an advance payment of the tax year 2021 Recovery Rebate Credit. The IRS started sending the third Economic Impact Payments to eligible individuals on March 12, 2021. Economic Impact Payments will continue to be sent weekly in 2021 as 2020 tax returns are processed.
WASHINGTON, D.C. – In response to the novel coronavirus (COVID-19), U.S. Representative John Rose (TN-6) returned to Washington, D.C., to debate on the House Floor today in support of the “CARES Act” and cast his “yes” vote on behalf of Tennesseans.
WASHINGTON, D.C. - U.S. Representative John Rose (TN-06) is working to protect staff and constituents against Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19). After consulting with the Attending Physician, House Leadership, and Sergeant at Arms, Representative Rose directed his Washington, D.C., staff to work remotely for the time being.