The Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp is working closely with state and local officials, public health officials, and partners in the hospitality industry to keep visitors and residents safe and healthy. The Good to Go program, created in cooperation with Vanderbilt Health and Ryman Hospitality Properties, and in partnership with SERVPRO and ReCover Health, is Music City's hospitality safety program to help you easily identify businesses that are committed to health and safety with signature green music note decals displayed on storefronts. We look forward to safely welcoming you back to Music City.
Effective June 29, 2020, masks/face coverings are required when in indoor and outdoor public spaces in Nashville and Davidson County. Visit covid19.nashville.gov for details and exceptions.
Answers to some frequently asked questions about the COVID vaccine were prepared by the Metro Public Health Department. It includes factual and helpful information about how the vaccine works and when to expect it to be available to you. Read the FAQs.
Good to Go is a hospitality safety program created by The Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp, in cooperation with Vanderbilt Health and Ryman Hospitality Properties, to help businesses confidently welcome visitors and residents as the city reopens. See visitmusiccity.com/goodtogo for details.
For Tennesseans who have questions about COVID-19:
The Tennessee Department of Health has launched a Coronavirus Public Information Line: (877) 857-2945. This line is available daily 10am-10pm (Central Time Zone). Call volume may be high, so callers are urged to call again if getting a busy signal.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center:
Vanderbilt University Medical Center has established a telephone hotline for its patients and employees who are concerned they could be ill with COVID-19: (888) 312-0847. This line is available daily, 8am-5pm (Central Time Zone).
Community Assessment System
We worked closely with city and public health officials to open a Community Assessment System that includes a hotline and assessment centers to expand health services for Nashvillians.
The Community Assessment System Hotline is 615-862-7777 for Nashville residents who have questions about COVID-19 or believe they need to be assessed and referred to a Community Assessment Center. It is staffed by healthcare professionals. It is open from 7am to 7pm seven days a week.
Three Community Assessment Centers are open 8am to 2pm Monday-Friday. They are located in tents at Nissan Stadium's Lot N, the former K-Mart at 2491 Murfreesboro Pike, and at Meharry Medical at Albion and 21st Avenue North.
Tennessee Assessment Sites:
Visit tn.gov/health/cedep/ncov/remote-assessment-sites.html for site details. Tennesseans should first call their usual source of care. If an assessment cannot be done in that location, individuals should call the assessment sites prior to going onsite. Most locations do a phone assessment to determine if an in-person assessment or test is needed. Most individuals, particularly those with mild or no symptoms do NOT need a test.
Additionally, anyone with suspicious symptoms and concerns about their health should contact their health care provider. If you have symptoms and plan to visit a medical facility, it is recommended that you call the facility in advance so they can best prepare to treat you.
- COVID-19 was first identified in Wuhan, Hubei Province, China in early December 2019.
- The best way to prevent illness is to avoid being exposed to this virus. (CDC)
- Basic protective measures include (WHO):
- wash hands properly and frequently
- maintain social distancing
- avoid touching your face
- cover your mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing
- call ahead to your healthcare provider if you feel sick
- stay informed
- Older adults and people who have severe underlying chronic medical conditions seem to be at higher risk for developing more serious complications from COVID-19 illness. (CDC)
- It is highly contagious and spread is possible before people even show any symptoms. (CDC)
- It is important that we all know the facts to avoid misinformation and unnecessary panic.
- Nashville's Roadmap for Reopening
- Good to Go Safety Program
- Nashville's COVID-19 Response Fund
- Centers for Disease Control
- U.S. Travel Association - Preparedness & Response
- U.S. Department of State Travel Advisories
- National Institutes of Health Situation Summary
- Meetings Mean Business - Resources for the Meetings Industry
- Nashville Metro Public Health Department
- Tennessee Department of Health
- Vanderbilt University Medical Center
- Nashville International Airport
We remain in regular communication with our public health partners and national hospitality industry advocates regarding the latest updates and appropriate preparations. Nashville has faced other critical situations that have impacted our industry in the past, and we have always taken them seriously and managed them well, such as 9/11 and the 2010 flood. We will continue to be vigilant and communicative with our national and local partners, our clients and public health experts.
Nashville is now in Phase 3 of Reopening and businesses are working diligently to safely welcome visitors.
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