Roadmap for phase 3 nashville

 

ROADMAP FOR REOPENING: PHASE 3

We have now entered Phase 3 of the Roadmap for Reopening Nashville. The city will remain in Phase 3 for a minimum of four weeks. Health officials continue to emphasize safety measures, including social distancing, wearing face coverings, and keeping social gatherings to 25 people or less.

Phase 3 Highlights: Restaurants and retail businesses continue at 75% capacity. Bars now open at 50% capacity. No limit on the number of musicians as long as they social distance on stage. Museums and attractions continue at 50% capacity. Event spaces and small music venues now open; must cap maximum attendance or crowd size at 50% capacity or 250 attendees. Gyms and high-touch businesses, such as nail and hair salons, continue at 50% capacity. All Metro parks and facilities now open. Personal gatherings should be kept at 25 people to the extent possible. Businesses should continue to work at home if possible. This is a safer option for businesses and employees. Residents 65 and older or with underlying health conditions should remain at home whenever possible. Everyone should wear a face mask or face covering when leaving home. Everyone should keep at least 6 feet from others at all times when in the community. Health officials have issued eight additional citations and received 310 complaints. Of those complaints, 261 complaints involved employees not wearing face coverings. We join Mayor Cooper and public health officials in encouraging you to not patronize businesses that do not follow safety guidelines, including face coverings on employees and proper social distancing protocols. We are as anxious as you are for Nashville to continue to move forward in the reopening process. But let’s do so properly, safely, and for the long haul. We are here to help you navigate safety guidelines from the city, state, and CDC to provide a healthy environment for your customers. Tune in to the Mayor’s press conference at 9:30am on Thursdays for the most up-to-date information. It is carried on all local TV channels.

For more information visit covid19.nashville.gov.

SHARE YOUR PLANS FOR REOPENING
In order to streamline communications with the NCVC staff on your reopening plans and safety procedures, please use this form to provide us with your plans to reopen. We will use this information to inform clients, visitors, and locals. We know your plans may change frequently so please complete this form and provide updated information anytime.  

COVID-19 ASSESSMENTS For Tennesseans who have questions about COVID-19: The Tennessee Department of Health has launched a Coronavirus Public Information Line: 877-857-2945. This line is available Monday – Friday 10am – 8pm and Saturday and Sunday 10am – 4pm (Central Time Zone). Call volume may be high, so callers are urged to call again if getting a busy signal.

COMMUNITY ASSESSMENT SYSTEM
The Community Assessment System Hotline is 615-862-7777 for Nashville residents who have questions about COVID-19 or believe they need to be assessed and referred to a Community Assessment Center. It is staffed by healthcare professionals. It is open from 7am to 7pm seven days a week. All three assessment centers are open weekdays from 9am-3pm and provide both drive-thru or walk-up service and are for Nashville residents only, free of charge. They are located at Nissan Stadium Lot “N”, the former K-Mart at 2491 Murfreesboro Pike, and at Meharry Medical at 918 21st Avenue North. For updates regarding the assessment centers please go to visitmusiccity.com/covid-19.  

NASHVILLE VISITOR CENTER
The downtown Nashville Visitor Center, located in the Bridgestone Arena Tower, will re-open on Friday, July 3rd. The Visitor Services Team is currently available to assist by phone Monday – Friday from 8am-5pm at 800-657-6910 or visitors can email questions to:
nashcvc@visitmusiccity.com.  

LOCAL NASHVILLE GIFTS
Shop online anytime at Music City Shop and Music City Marketplace for locally-made gifts. Explore a wide assortment of food, gifts, books, and apparel at themusiccityshop.com.  
 
TAKE A VIRTUAL VACATION TO NASHVILLE VIRTUAL EXPERIENCES FROM NASHVILLE
Experience some of Nashville’s attractions, take a virtual cooking class, and more. Connect with Music City: visitmusiccity.com/covid-19/virtual-nashville-experiences VIRTUAL PACKAGES
Check out a Virtual Vacation Package and explore some of Music City’s most popular places and things to do while having some fun to see if you land yourself as a Music City Roadie, Opening Act, or Headliner! Find more information at visitmusiccity.com/virtual-nashville-vacation-packages.

VIRTUAL MURAL TOUR
Take time to map out a virtual trip around Nashville to find all your favorite murals through Google Earth.
Take a Virtual Tour of Music City Murals  

RECIPE NOTES: A TASTE OF MUSIC CITY
Find inspiration in the free downloadable cookbook that includes recipes from acclaimed Chefs Julia Sullivan, Deb Paquette, Vivek Surti, and more. Recipe Notes: A Taste of Music City will make your mouth water with over 35 entree, side dish, dessert, and drink recipes from Nashville restaurants and cafes. Read more from the press release.  

SEND INQUIRIES OUR WAY
Getting any questions you can’t answer about what’s open or where visitors can get assistance to plan a future trip? Send them to our team at 800-657-6910 or 615-259-4700 locally where our Visitor Services experts are waiting to assist them. Phones open Monday – Friday 8am-5pm.
 
PLATINUM AMBASSADOR TRAINING NOW VIRTUAL
As Nashville begins to reopen, Platinum Ambassador training sessions are now available online. Please contact Shannon Largen to schedule a session for your team.  

VIRTUAL SITE KIT NOW AVAILABLE VIRTUAL NASHVILLE FOR MEETING PLANNERS
Learn about Nashville’s two main convention centers, countless meeting and event space, incredible hotel options, photos, videos, maps, our convention services, the hottest chicken, and the very best music. Explore the Virtual Site Kit at   visitmusiccity.com/meetings/virtual-nashville-site-visit  

NASHVILLE PODCASTS
Enjoy a taste of Music City and tune into some fantastic local Nashville podcasts.
Check it out: visitmusiccity.com/trip-ideas/visit-nashville-from-home  

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