Nashville mayor John Cooper has released a four-phase plan to reopen the city in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cooper noted that before moving into the first phase of the plan, there must be “positive improvement/stability in the metrics for 14 days,” according to WSMV, though he did not state when the first phase of reopening will begin.
“We’re working toward Phase One reopening now,” Cooper said.
A detailed outline of the plan is available at asafenashville.org. According the reopening plan, live music will not be allowed to be played in bars and clubs until Phase Three, while sports and large event venues would be among the last to reopen, in Phase Four.
Nashville is conducting 5,000 tests per week. Metro Public Health confirmed a total of 2,144 cases of coronavirus in Davidson County. There have been 22 deaths reported in Davidson County.
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