Today, July 2, Nashville Mayor John Cooper announced that the city will be reverting back to Phase 2 after only being in Phase 3 for 11 days.
Starting tomorrow, Friday, July 3, Nashville will officially return to Phase 2, but with some modifications.
Moving forward, bars must close for a minimum of 14 days, restaurants, gyms and high-touch businesses may open at 50% capacity, retail stores at 75%, and gatherings will be limited to 25 people.
Mayor John Cooper
Cooper explained in a news conference this morning that more than 608 COVID-19 cases were reported so far today, Thursday, July 2. The Mayor also decided to cancel the city's 4th of July fireworks show.
In addition, residents must wear a mask at all times when leaving their place of residence under Order 8 according to Cooper's post.
Some facilities like metro parks, dog parks, basketball courts, playgrounds, tennis courts, skate parks, and little league sports can remain open at this time.
The great state of Tennessee offers a lot more than just great music and mouth-watering food, as its nature side truly sticks out from the rest of the United States.
Nashville and Memphis are not the only spots where you can find a good time in the state, as nature fanatics will be quite pleased to see the numerous incredible natural wonders the Volunteer State has to offer.
Why You Need To Go: If the rush of being underground suits your fancy, this is the spot for you. The Lost Sea is truly a natural wonder in the state, as it is America's largest underground lake and registered national landmark. You'll venture through caverns that lead to an amazing underground swimming hole.
Why You Need To Go: If you're looking for an unforgettable hiking adventure, look no further. This trail travels through a 1,157-acre natural area and features beautiful waterfalls, caves, and woodlands.
Why You Need To Go: This spot nestled in Great Smoky Mountains National Park features the tallest waterfall in the entire park. The 4-mile trail follows beautiful rivers and streams that lead you through a gorgeous forest of tall trees and wildlife.
Address: 1720 South Scenic Highway, Chattanooga, TN
Why You Need To Go: This underground hidden spot is said to be "the nation's tallest and deepest underground waterfall open to the public." You'll go on a journey underneath the surface and explore incredible caverns and falls.
Why You Need To Go: This 43-mile long road takes you on a journey through one of the most beautiful natural spots in the country. The mountainside drive provides jaw-dropping sweeping mountain views and offers numerous hiking trails, scenic overlooks, and amazing waterfalls.
The city of Nashville, Tennessee, just got a new bar that will undoubtedly spice things up for those looking to enjoy a night of drinking and live music while also feasting on Doritos Locos Tacos.
Taco Bell recently opened the latest location of its "Cantina" restaurants in the Music City and it features regular Taco Bell menu items food as well as alcoholic beverages such as beer, sangria, and boozy twists to the restaurant's classic Freezes.