Some of Nashville’s music venues are making policy changes and putting out new messaging about the COVID-19 pandemic, as concern grows about the Delta variant.
Nashville’s actual temperatures and the heat index reached about 95 and 105 degrees, respectively, amid this year’s first heat advisories, all coming in the last week. Still, that didn’t keep locals and tourists from visiting some of the city’s most popular outdoor attractions Thursday.
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Nashville organizers are calling for city officials to prevent evictions when the moratorium ends on July 31.
The state’s six nonprofit science museums have jointly decided to promote vaccines this August during National Immunization Awareness Month. The Science Alliance of Tennessee’s initiative is intentionally broader than COVID to sidestep the politics of the pandemic.
Conservative radio talk show host Phil Valentine has been placed on a ventilator, according to his radio station, SuperTalk 99.7 WTN. He’s been hospitalized now for more than two weeks.
With school starting for most in the next two weeks, Tennessee doctors are raising concerns about the Delta variant’s spread, as kids under 12 are the only people left who still don’t have an option to vaccinate and fatal cases of the virus continue to rise in children.
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.
A combination of local fundraising and a state grant will bring some attention and care to historic concrete structures in Nashville’s Centennial Park.
An original play about what it’s like to be a kid online is being performed in Nashville through Aug. 1. The director of the Theater Bug troupe says this show felt timely, because the pandemic made a generation who grew up online even more reliant on it.