COVID-19

COVID-19 Information

Stay up to date with the latest information and guidelines in Nashville regarding COVID-19.

The Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp has worked closely with state and local officials, public health officials, and partners in the hospitality industry. As Nashville welcomes visitors, we're keeping your well-being in mind with the Good to Go program, Music City’s hospitality safety program that helps you identify businesses who are committed to health and safety by displaying a signature green music note decal on the storefront. Welcome back to a clean and safe Nashville!

Key Information
Testing While Traveling

Nashville Assessment Sites:
The Drive-Thru testing and vaccine clinics, located at 2491 Murfreesboro Pike (former Kmart), and at 28th Avenue and Charlotte Avenue (350 28th Avenue North) offer free PCR COVID tests and both Pfizer and Johnson & Johnson vaccines. The Drive-Thru clinics are open from 8 a.m. until 2pm, Monday-Friday. The Pfizer vaccine is available for anyone five years old and older. The Johnson & Johnson vaccine is available to anyone 18 years old and older.

Visit asafenashville.org/test-mask-resources/ for testing site details. If you have a question about getting a test, call Metro’s COVID-19 Information Hotline at 615-862-7777 which operates from 8am-5pm, Monday-Friday.

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.

Requirements & Restrictions
  • Masks are required inside all Metro Government buildings.
  • Some businesses have specific policies that may require proof of vaccination or a recent COVID-19 test. Please check ahead for current COVID-19 policies and procedures.

Requiring COVID-19 vaccination/negative test

  • Brooklyn Bowl
  • Cannery Ballroom
  • Dee's Lounge
  • East Room
  • Mercy Lounge
  • NashTrash Tours
  • The Bluebird Cafe
  • The High Watt
  • Third Coast Comedy Club

REQUIRING MASKS INDOORS

  • Cheekwood Estate and Gardens
  • Hatch Show Print tours
  • RCA Studio B tours
Good to Go Safety Program

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 back to Music City. See visitmusiccity.com/goodtogo for details.

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