Keeping Nashville Safe & Healthy

Appointments are no longer required at the Drive-Thru Vaccine Clinic, located at 2491 Murfreesboro Road  (Former Kmart).

The Drive-Thru Vaccine Clinic offers both Pfizer (2 dose) and Johnson & Johnson (1 dose).

The Pfizer vaccine is available for anyone 12 years old and older.

 The Johnson & Johnson vaccine is available to anyone 18 years old and older.

Click here to find a COVID-19 vaccine community site near you.

REMINDER: The COVID-19 Vaccine is FREE to everyone.

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A Message from Mayor John Cooper

The COVID-19 pandemic has been a time of unprecedented challenge for all Nashvillians. But our community has come together to keep each other safe during the pandemic. As the science predicted, Nashville’s case fatality rate was half that of Tennessee counties without masking and distancing requirements. Your work – masking, distancing, and getting tested – saved hundreds of lives here in Nashville. That is a great community achievement in a year of disaster.

Nashville is ready for the rebound. All COVID-19 capacity restrictions were in lifted on Friday, May 14. This change took effect 6 weeks after the vaccine became widely available to all adults. The virus has not gone away, but we now have a way to protect ourselves. Updated guidance from the CDC received on May 13th led the Metro Public Health Department to also end the mask mandate on May 14th.

I’m grateful to our COVID-19 Task Force, especially Dr. Alex Jahangir and Dr. James Hildreth, for their steady leadership. I want to thank every Metro department – particularly our public health department, which has been tested as never before.

I urge everyone to join me in getting vaccinated against COVID-19. The vaccines are lifesaving and economy-saving. Please make sure your family, friends and co-workers get vaccinated too. As always, remember to get tested if you have symptoms. COVID-19 tests and vaccines are free and readily available.

We remember the more than 900 Nashvillians we have lost to COVID-19. May the memories of our neighbors be a blessing to our community.