With some states beginning to ease gathering restrictions across the country, According to FOX, Nashville has decided to begin reopening bars (serving food), restaurants and retailers as of this coming Monday, May 11.
Nashville Mayor, John Cooper announced that Davidson County will begin with Phase 1 reopening, which is starting to open only certain businesses with requirements of operating at half capacity and continued social distancing guidelines. Employees will also be requirement to wear masks on their faces and will be screened for high temperatures upon arrival at their workplace.
Although, the Mayor’s Phase 1 plan will allow reopening of bars (serving food), restaurants and retailers, it will NOT allow the reopening of gyms, salons, barbershops and entertainment venues as well as bars without food. This will also still limit gatherings to no more than 10 people at a time.
It is still recommended to social distance, keeping at least a 6-foot distance away from others, including when you are outdoors.
MORE INFO: Restaurants, bars (serving food) and retailers can reopen at 1/2 capacity starting Monday in Nashville. Gyms, salons and barbershops remain closed: https://t.co/1HWlr0NSzD https://t.co/D8U2gB5q35 pic.twitter.com/AZQWfyhdzN
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