Nashville To Enter Phase 3 Reopening On June 22

Nashville Mayor John Cooper announced that Davidson County will enter Phase 3 in its “Roadmap for Reopening Nashville” on Monday, June 22.

Phase 3 of the plan now includes verbiage that says event space venues and small music venues must cap maximum event attendance or crowd size at 50% capacity, or 250 attendees, depending on venue capacity. Schools and educational facilities are allowed to open with restrictions determined by county COVID-19 metrics, and all metro parks and facilities will be open.

It maintains that restaurants and retail companies can open at 75% of capacity (while maintaining social distancing), and exercise, high-touch and close contact businesses like hair and nail salons may continue to operate at 50% capacity. Bars may now open at 50% capacity.

Phase 3 also recommends that gatherings be limited to 25 or fewer people.

Metro Public Health Department officials announced today (June 18) a total number of 7,539 confirmed cases of coronavirus disease (COVID-19) in Nashville/Davidson County.

For more information, visit http://covid19.nashville.gov.

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