NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — As the percentage of COVID-19 vaccinations continues to increase in Davidson County, restrictions for businesses and events are decreasing.
Mayor John Cooper released new COVID-19 restrictions for Nashville Wednesday. They will go into effect Friday, April 16, at 12:01 a.m.
The following capacity increases correspond with the more than 30% of residents that have received a COVID-19 vaccine.
- Restaurants and bars can operate with up to 225 seated, socially-distanced patrons per floor
- Restaurants and bar hours will return to their normal 3 a.m. closing
- Gathering size and table seating will be increased to 15 with a maximum size of 25 if outside
- Outdoor arenas with controlled access will have a 40% capacity and indoor arenas will have a 33% capacity
- Maximum indoor event capacities will be increased to up to 3,000 with approval from the health department higher-risk events will be increased to 225.
Reopening Update:— Mayor John Cooper (@JohnCooper4Nash) April 14, 2021
Corresponding with over 30% of Nashville residents having received a vaccine, the following capacity increases go into effect on Friday.
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