NASHVILLE, TN — Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many businesses around Nashville have implemented some safety programs to keep the customers and workers safe. The Music City has created a hospitality safety program, Good to Go, to help Nashvillians find businesses in every industry that care about everyone's health and safety.
Many businesses around Nashville have been participating in the Good to Go hospitality program. Good to Go uses a green music note as the symbol of the program. To find those participating businesses around Nashville, Nashville residents can look at this website and find the Good to Go certified, or a Good to Go decal on the entrance of participating businesses.
Participating businesses in Nashville pledge to follow the coronavirus guidelines established by Nashville’s Metro Public Health Department and other recommendations from leading infectious disease experts.
Good to Go program has received guidance from the Metro Public Health Department (MPHD) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Vanderbilt Health is also involved in developing key elements in the program and will keep the participating businesses updated with information regarding COVID-19. Good to Go also gets access to the training module from Ryman Hospitality Properties.
The program is still open for any Nashville business to participate in keeping everyone safe and healthy, so more Nashville residents can contribute and support the local communities. For more information on Good to Go, business owners can visit here.
Nashvillians can also help spread the word to other residents by posting their favorite spots around Nashville with Good to Go on social media by using #GoodToGoNashville.
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