NASHVILLE, TN — Nashville School of Law has updated their COVID protocols in the school area, which was effective on June 1.
Some modifications and changes of COVID health protocols they made are:
- Masks are optional for fully vaccinated individuals.
- Campus will be open for all visitors who visit the library.
- The School will discontinue temperature and pulse ox checks but asks that visitors do not enter campus if they are not feeling well, or have been exposed to COVID-19 in the past ten days, and are not vaccinated.
- Study rooms in the library will be open on a first-come, first-served basis.
Measures that are still in place at this time are:
- Eating on campus is limited to the outside courtyard and will not be permitted inside the building for all individuals.
- Social distancing will remain in effect in classrooms for summer courses.
The school is considering loosening the restriction as the vaccine rates increases and the disease case number decreases. Until then, the Nashville School of Law encouraging the students, professors and staff to get vaccinated in order to improve the community's immune system.
Any violations of the mask requirements for unvaccinated individuals occurred in the school area will be persecuted based on provisions of the Honor Code.
Since its first outbreak, the NSL has been practicing COVID health protocols, starting from March 16, 2020 as issued by Governor Bill Lee and Mayor John Cooper, as well as the Interim Guidance for Coronavirus Disease issued by the Centers for Disease Control. This included suspending in-person classes and conducting full remote class sessions, restricting social gatherings and activities, and practicing social distancing through the school area.
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