NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — Nashville's COVID-19 restrictions are changing Tuesday, moving to a modified Phase 2.
Under the changes, weddings, funerals, and other ceremonial events held at venues can be held at one-third capacity up to a max of 125 people, with face masks and social distancing in use.
Also, limited-service restaurants will be able to expand the capacity of outdoor and rooftop areas to 25 people. Bar counter seating can be opened to customers, but standing at the counters is still not permitted.
Additionally, transpotainment vehicles may resume service with 10 people or at half capacity. All must wear a mask and must be in the same party.
Beginning Sept 1, under the Modified Phase 2 Public Health Order, weddings, funerals, and other ceremonial events held at venues may resume at 1/3 capacity up to a max of 125 people, with protocols including social distancing and masks required while standing. pic.twitter.com/brpla4JCDU— Mayor John Cooper (@JohnCooper4Nash) August 27, 2020
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