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Mayor Cooper Announces New 10 p.m. “Last Call” for Restaurants, Starting November 30

The Mayor’s 10 p.m. “last call” and half-capacity restrictions are due to COVID-19 numbers spiking again in Nashville

With COVID-19 case numbers on a continued spike in Nashville and throughout Tennessee, Mayor John Cooper announced late Monday afternoon that beginning Monday, November 30, restaurants and bars in Davidson County will be limited to a maximum of half-capacity, with a 10 p.m. last call for food and beverage service. No entry to restaurants and bars after 10 p.m. will be permitted, and of course, social distancing measures must continue as does the mask and face-covering mandate. A maximum of 100 guests will be allowed per floor of a dining establishment.

This announcement comes on the heels of last week’s new restriction that limits both public and private gatherings in Nashville to eight people.

Nashville restaurants and bars have been operating in Phase Three of its Roadmap to Reopening Nashville since October 1, while closing at 11 p.m. Nashville first moved into Phase Three back in June, and has since operated in a number of modifications of Phases Two and Three of aforementioned Roadmap to Reopening.

There are currently 3,695 active COVID-19 cases in Davidson County. For more information, please visit asafernashville.org.

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