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Nashville returns bars, restaurants to half-capacity, 3 weeks after restrictions were lifted

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Mike Osborne)  --  Nashville will again tighten pandemic restrictions on Metro restaurants and bars.

It was just three weeks ago that Mayor John Cooper lifted the city’s 50 percent cap on customers.

On Monday, Nashville will once again impose the half-capacity limit on restaurants and bars.

The move comes with three of the key metrics Metro uses to guage it’s battle with coronavirus in the red. Three more metrics are now yellow.

The city’s running average of new infections has more than doubled in 50 days.

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