The series of three community meetings on school safety and the gun violence epidemic comes in response to the Covenant School shooting.
First case of monkeypox detected in Nashville. What to know and what to watch for.
The Metro Public Health Department says an individual tested positive after traveling out of the country, but the CDC will conduct another round of testing to confirm the results.
With testing and vaccination at a trickle, a key Nashville site will close at the end of the month
Nashville leaders have decided to close down the city’s central COVID vaccination and testing site. They say demand has dried up, with just a trickle of cars coming through each day.
In Tennessee, don’t expect any more COVID contact tracing calls — for now
The state is winding down its increasingly futile attempts to investigate positive COVID cases and alert those who’ve been exposed, which means Tennesseans are pretty much on their own with contact tracing at this point.
CDC Urges More Masking, But A New Mandate Is Not In The Works For Nashville
Some places, like Los Angeles and Kansas City are already reinstating mask mandates as the delta variant of the coronavirus takes hold. But in Nashville, that’s not in the cards.
Nashville Health Department Reverses Course And Says It Will Drop Mask Mandate
The masks are coming off after all in Nashville — for those who are vaccinated. The latest shift in pandemic guidance came Thursday, after the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced that fully vaccinated people no longer need to wear masks.
Nashville Discloses 228 Unreported COVID Deaths, Citing Medical Examiner Backlog
The low rate of COVID-related deaths in Davidson County may not be as low as Nashville officials have taken credit for in recent weeks. The city has now disclosed that its medical examiner has been running way behind in confirming local fatalities ever since the winter surge.
Nashville Moves Vaccination Site To Its Huge Convention Center In Hopes Of Getting More Doses
The Music City Center was never needed as a pandemic overflow hospital, as once feared. But it will be used as Nashville’s centralized mass vaccination site, in the hope that the city will eventually get enough COVID-19 vaccine to make use of its 2.1 million square feet of space.