NOTE: If you are not
sick, you do NOT need to wear a face mask unless you are caring for someone who
is sick and is unable to wear one themselves. We must reserve essential
materials for healthcare providers who need them.
Clean and disinfect all frequently
touched surfaces and items like tables, countertops, doorknobs, light switches,
desks, phones, toilet seats, faucets, toys and remote controls.
Put at least 6 feet of distance
between yourself and others to avoid the person-to-person spread.
For more information on prevention measures, click here for CDC updates.
Please follow these links for up to date
Nashville.gov COVID-19 Response,
Nashville Health Dept,
Tennessee Health Department,
Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
The TN Department of Health - Tennessee Coronavirus
Public Information Line
877-857-2945 available daily from 10 a.m. to 10
The following local resources are available
Metro’s Crisis Support Center: 615-244-7444
Metro’s Mobile Crisis Unit: 615-726-0125
Metro Nashville’s Behavioral Health and Wellness
Alliance on Mental Illness of Middle Tennessee
American Red Cross
Vanderbilt Hospital – COVID-19 Information