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Mask Requirements in Nashville

Jun 29 2020 Comments : 0
Mask Requirements in Nashville

On June 29, the Metro Public Health Department order mandating masks or face coverings came into effect for the city of Nashville. The order requires a mask or face covering be worn when at any indoor or outdoor public spaces In order to enter Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar, you must be wearing a mask or face covering.

Masks are not required in the following settings and circumstances:

  • By any child aged 12 years or younger. Any child younger than two years old must not wear a face covering because of risk of suffocation;
  • In outdoor public spaces unless maintaining a physical distance of six feet from persons who are not members of the same household or residence is not feasible;
  • While engaged in outdoor work or recreation, such as swimming, walking, hiking, bicycling, or running, unless maintaining a physical distance of six feet from persons who are not members of the same household or residence is not feasible;
  • By those who cannot medically tolerate wearing a face covering. No person declining to wear a face covering because of a medical condition shall be required to produce verifying medical documentation;
  • By those working alone in separate office spaces or in non-public workplaces that have more than adequate area for social distancing based on the size of and number of people in the space (either indoors or outdoors). Such persons must be prepared to wear a face covering when interacting with others in groups of 6 or more persons or in groups of any size where social distancing of more than six (6) feet cannot be consistently maintained;
  • When wearing a face covering poses a safety risk or security risk. "Safety risk" includes, but is not limited to, where wearing a face covering may pose a risk to persons working on ladders or at height, wearing other respiratory protection, engaging in heavy physical exertion, operating heavy equipment, or operating in an environment where a face covering hinders communications. “Security risk” includes, but is not limited to, an activity or transaction where establishing the identity of the customer or employee is important. However, employers are encouraged to structure work to promote social distancing and limit close contact as much as possible within workplaces where Face Coverings may pose such risks; and
  • When eating or drinking in public at a restaurant, bar, or other food or beverage establishment.

If you have any further questions, please feel to reach out to us on Facebook (@Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar), Instagram (@BourbonStreetBlues), and Twitter (@220printers).

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