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Posted on: May 11, 2020

Governor's Executive Order No. 35

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Some of the highlights of Executive Order No. 35 include these venues that shall continue to be closed to the public, for the time being:
Entertainment, recreational, and certain other gathering venues where operation is likely to result in persons: (1) Being in groups of ten (10) or more; or (2) Coming in close proximity (less than six feet of separation) to other persons outside of their household or small group of less than ten (10) persons. 

Examples of such venues that shall continue to be closed include, but are not limited to:
Bars, night clubs, and live performance venues; provided, that limited service restaurants, may serve food to customers seated at tables but must follow Tennessee Pledge for restaurants in doing so; and further provided, that such establishments may offer drive-through, pickup, carry-out, or delivery service for food or drink, and persons are highly encouraged to use such drive-through, pickup, carry-out, or delivery options to support such businesses during this emergency

  • Concert venues
  • Sporting event venues
  • Theaters, auditoriums, performing arts centers, and similar facilities
  • Racetrack spectator venues
  • Indoor children’s play areas
  • Adult entertainment venues
  • Amusement parks
  • Senior centers or equivalent facilities
  • Roller or ice skating rinks.

Additionally, entertainment & recreational gathering venues may reopen as long as groups are made up of less than 10 people and they must maintain at least six feet between people outside their own group. Some examples of this type of venue would be:

  • Bowling alleys
  • Arcades
  • Climbing gyms
  • Water sports activities
  • Golf driving ranges and mini-golf facilities
  • Shooting ranges
  • Dance classes or other similar activities and venues that can achieve and maintain these safety guidelines.

Businesses and employers are now permitted to operate as long as no more than ten persons are present within the premises at a time, and that people who are able to work from home should continue to do so.

Executive Order No. 35
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