Update: Batman Building In Nashville To Reopen After Coronavirus Cleanse.

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UPDATE. MONDAY EVENING. The AT&T Building has finished it's cleansing after an employee was diagnosed with Covid-19.


From eqrlier Monday:

According to the Tennessean, the AT&T building may close down due to Coronavirus concerns. Signs on the outer doors to this Nashville landmark stated it would be closed temporarily for a "thorough cleaning".

Sunday it was reported that the city of Nashville had it's first reported case of the Coronavirus. She is an adult who is in self quarantine with mild symptoms. There has been no connection made between this case and the temporary closing of the AT&T skyscraper.

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