The Metro Public Health Department will offer 2nd doses of the Pfizer vaccine at the Music City Center through the end of day on May 28. No appointment is necessary to receive the 2nd dose at MCC.
Appointments are an option and walk-ins are welcome at the Drive-Thru Vaccine Clinic located at 2491 Murfreesboro Pike (Former Kmart).
The Drive-Thru Vaccine Clinic offers both Pfizer (2 dose) and Johnson & Johnson (1 dose).
The Pfizer vaccine is available for anyone 16 years old and older.
The Johnson & Johnson vaccine is available to anyone 18 years old and older.
To schedule an appointment, click here.
The Food and Drug Administration has given emergency use authorization to allow the use of the Pfizer vaccine for those as young as 12 years old. The Metro Public Health Department expects the CDC director approve the use of the vaccine for that age group on Wednesday. Once that happens the Pfizer vaccine will be available to those 12 and older on Thursday at the Drive-Thru Vaccination Clinic located at 2491 Murfreesboro Road (former Kmart) and the Recover Vaccine Clinic at 1207 Jefferson Street.
Pharmacies, groceries, and walk-in clinics that are currently offering the Pfizer vaccine will also expand to the 12 and up age group.
The Health Department will also begin offering the vaccine to those age 12 and older at our community events without an appointment.
Metro Nashville has developed a Roadmap for Reopening Nashville to guide the city’s residents and businesses through each phase of reopening.
For an explanation of metrics, please reference our Status of Key Metrics.
Nashville is in Phase Four. For more information about Phase Four, visit our Phase Four Guidance and Resources page.
For full data on COVID-19 in Davidson County, please visit Metro’s COVID-19 Dashboard.
If you would like to submit a request or a report a Phase Four Violation:
A Message from Mayor John Cooper
The COVID-19 pandemic has been a time of unprecedented challenge for all Nashvillians. But our community is stronger than the coronavirus, and we will see the other side of this crisis together.
As part of Nashville’s coordinated COVID-19 response, Metro Government and our partners have created this website to serve as a resource for residents who are seeking information about COVID-19, how to obtain direct assistance during this time, and details about our phased economic reopening plan.
The Roadmap for Reopening Nashville was created in cooperation with public health officials, business leaders, and community leaders to ensure that our community takes a measured approach in safely getting Nashvillians back to work. Our framework to restart Nashville’s economy is rooted in data, not dates, and involves four distinct phases with clear metrics for returning all of Davidson County to business as usual in stages, as well as built-in triggers to revert to earlier phases to protect public health as necessary.
While the onset of the coronavirus pandemic has been swift, learning how to live and work with the coronavirus will take time and effort as a community. We plan to proceed carefully to ensure we do not create a surge in COVID-19 cases that will reverse our hard-earned progress.
I urge everyone to visit this website regularly for the latest coronavirus information and to stay updated on Metro’s coordinated response to keep all Nashvillians healthy and reopen our economy safely.
The hours of the Davidson County COVID-19 Assessment Centers operated by Meharry Medical College may change in response to inclement weather. Updates including hours and locations for mobile testing sites are available on Metro Public Health Department’s social media channels: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram.