NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WZTV) — Nashville Mayor John Cooper announced Thursday that Music City is moving into Phase Three of reopening on Monday.
Cooper said Nashville will remain in Phase Three for 28 days to gauge "how we are handling the reopening."
According to the "Roadmap to Reopening" on "A Safer Nashville," this means restaurants can open at 3/4 capacity and bars can open at half capacity with no bar seating. There is limited live music allowed with proper social distancing. Retails stores and businesses may continue to open at 3/4 capacity. Gyms and hair salons can remain open at half capacity.
All Metro Parks and facilities, schools, educational facilities and summer camps to open.
Event space venues and small music venues will have a capacity limit of 50% or 250 attendees, depending on the venue size. Personal gatherings are asked to be kept at 25 people or fewer.
All residents are urged to wear face masks when leaving home. Residents ages 65 years old and older with underlying health conditions should stay home, Metro says.