More Metro Nashville businesses cited for failing to follow pandemic operating protocols

Jun 23, 2020

Credit nashville.gov/Health-Department

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Mike Osborne)  --  Nashville health officials have cited eight more businesses for failing to comply with pandemic response restrictions.

Metro Health says it received 310 complaints from the public about social distancing infractions in the past week. Most complaints were for employees failing to wear a mask.

In the previous week, 14 businesses were cited for non-compliance. Four Metro bars also had their liquor licenses suspended for five days.

Metro is asking residents who notice violations of pandemic restrictions to report them at hub.nashville.gov.