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Nashville update, toughens emergency 'Safer at Home' orders

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Mike Osborne) -- Metro Nashville has updated its emergency “Safer At Home” order and is threatening to force compliance.

 

The revised order adds to the list of non-essential businesses prohibited from operating during the pandemic. It also provides additional guidance for essential businesses that remain open.

 

For example, grocers have now been ordered to limit occupancy in their stores to the number of customers that can maintain “social distancing protocols at one time.”

 

The order concludes Metro will use “all available enforcement options to assure compliance.”

 

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