AMENDED AND RESTATED ORDER 1 FROM THE CHIEF MEDICAL DIRECTOR
Pursuant to the Declaration of Public Health Emergency adopted by the Board of Health for Nashville and Davidson County on March 15, 2020
From Dr. Michael C. Caldwell, Chief Medical Director of Health
Order 1 from the Chief Medical Director issued and effective on March 17, 2020 is hereby amended and restated.
An individual, entity or organization:
A) Having charge of a building or facility licensed to serve food or beverages whose primary business is alcohol service (a business where the gross revenue from the sale of prepared food is 50% or less than the gross revenue from the sale of alcoholic beverages as defined in TCA § 57-4-102(22)(A)(iii));
B) Whose primary business is food service (any food service establishment as defined in T.C.A. § 68-14-703(9)); or
C) Whose primary business is food service (any food service establishment as defined in T.C.A. § 68-14-703(9)) that also has a permit from the Metro Public Health Department as an “auxiliary food service operation” as defined in TCA § 69-14-703(2)
shall not allow customers to consume food or beverage on the premises until further notice. Nothing in this Section prohibits an individual, organization or entity that possesses the necessary licenses and permits from opening for business subject to the limitation of providing only those services attendant to:
i) The preparation of food or beverage;
ii) Receiving call-in orders;
iii) Providing take-out, window, drive-through or curb-side service;
iv) Providing room service;
v) Providing off-premises delivery and sale of prepared food or beverage.
Physical distance between customers in line and delivery persons and recipients shall be maximized.
This Amended and Restated Order shall be effective at 8 p.m. on March 20, 2020. Until such time, all businesses subject to this order are encouraged to cease immediately all on-premises consumption of food and beverages.