Nashville Invites Travelers to Come on Back
Nashville is ready to welcome you once again, or as there new video states, come on back! They have been hard at work preparing the city in a safe and responsible manner.
A cornerstone of their new safety program is Good to Go, Music City's hospitality safety program designed to help Nashville residents and visitors easily identify businesses in every industry that are committed to your health and safety. Participating businesses pledge to uphold the coronavirus guidelines established by Nashville’s Metro Public Health Department and the recommendations of leading infectious disease experts.
Good to Go’s voluntary program provides guidance from the Metro Public Health Department (MPHD) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), along with access to toolkits and support to help carry out the recommendations. Vanderbilt Health’s leading infectious disease experts helped develop key elements of the program and will be involved with ongoing learning and information sharing. Good to Go businesses also get access to training modules and other first-hand experience from Ryman Hospitality Properties, as well as opportunities to network and share experiences with others in the program.
Created by the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp, in cooperation with Vanderbilt Health and Ryman Hospitality Properties. Good to Go, in partnership with SERVPRO and ReCover Health, aims to help businesses in every industry confidently welcome residents and visitors as the city reopens.