Sunday, March 22, 2020

Metro Nashville
11 hours ago
Beginning tonight at midnight, non-essential businesses in Davidson County are ordered to close and residents should stay at home except for necessary activities. Details of this order can be found at #COVID19 #SaferAtHome
Mayor John Cooper
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PLEASE SHARE: Today, to protect Nashvillians and slow the spread of #COVID19, I have announced a Safer at Home Executive Order for all of Metro Nashville and Davidson County. In order to save lives and reduce the strain on regional healthcare resources as much as possible, I ask all individuals living in Davidson County to stay home, except to go out for essential needs. Following the actions we have already taken this week, this is the next step to protect our community and slow the spread of the virus by closing non-essential businesses and asking individuals to please stay home.
Beginning at midnight tonight and lasting for 14 days, all businesses not performing essential services will close and social gatherings of more than 10 people are prohibited. All bars and restaurants will remain closed except for delivery, take-out, curbside, or drive through options.
This formalizes what many residents and businesses are already doing on their own. It is a difficult decision, especially because of the impact it will have on our businesses, but it is necessary to protect the health and safety of our family, friends and neighbors. The faster we contain #COVID19, the faster we can return to business. We’re in this together. Thank you for your cooperation. Learn more:

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