Masks no longer required in Nashville outdoor settings

Coronavirus

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – The Metro Public Health Department has announced masks/face coverings are no longer required in outdoor settings.

The health department tweeted the announcement early Friday afternoon and it takes effect at noon Friday.

The update to the mask mandate says while masks are no longer required in outdoor settings, they are still required in indoor settings that previously required masks.

Masks are also “strongly recommended” when social distancing is not possible in indoor or outdoor settings.

Click here to read the full updated public health order.

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