What businesses that will stay open?

All Essential Businesses will remain open, but must adhere to Social Distancing Requirements. This is a list of examples of businesses that may remain open (this is not an exhaustive list):

Food and Drug

Grocery and beverage stores (including stores that sale grocery and non-grocery items necessary for maintaining the safety, sanitation and essential operations of residents)
Restaurants/bars (only for take-out/delivery)
Convenience stores
Farmer's markets
Food banks
Food cultivation, including farming, livestock and fishing

Research and laboratory services
Walk-in-care health facilities
Emergency veterinary and livestock services
Elder care
Home health care workers or aides for the elderly, children and people with disabilities
Dental services
Nursing homes or residential health care facilities
Blood banks
Veterinarian and dog grooming
Transportation & Logistics

Gas stations
Private transportation providers (Uber and Lyft)
Mail and shipping services
Auto repair shops
Auto Dealers/Retail
Auto Parts Retailer
Warehouse/distribution and fulfillment
Ride Share
Bicycle retail/repair
Housing and Real Estate

Property management company (Residential and Commercial)
Commercial and residential construction
Planning, surveying, engineering, design firms
Real estate agents/services
Home or building cleaning and maintenance
Skilled trades such as electricians, HVAC, and plumbers
Hardware stores

Daycare and childcare services
Waste disposal and recycling
Laundromats, dry cleaners and laundry services
Funeral homes, crematoriums and cemeteries
Lawn care
Pest control
Legal services
Alarm and security companies
Businesses that provide services that are necessary to maintain the sanitation, safety, and essential operation of residences and businesses, such as maintenance on HVAC
Human/Charitable Services

Child care services
Homeless shelters
Businesses that provide food, shelter, social services and other necessities for those in need
Services that provide drug/alcohol/mental health counseling and support

Medical wholesale and distribution
Hardware and building material stores
Medical equipment/instruments
Food processing, manufacturing agents
Chemical plants
Paper goods/cardboard
Sanitary products

Federal and state offices and services, including post offices and airports
Essential Memphis government functions including law enforcement, transportation, and businesses that provide government programs and services

Banks and other Financial institutions
Cell Phone and electronic stores
Office supply stores
Businesses that provide goods and services exclusively deliver through curb side pickup, drive-thru, shipment or delivery. (This includes any business that did not previously provide goods and services as described but now developed and implemented these delivery methods.)
What businesses are required to close?

This is a list of examples of businesses that must close (this is not an exhaustive list):

Non-essential Services

Personal appearance businesses (hair salons, eyelash salons, barber shop, tattoo shop, body piercing shop, day spas)
Retail with no exclusive delivery or curb-side pick-up
Entertainment and recreation facilities (bowling alleys, trampoline parks)
Indoor rock climbing
Craft/Art Business
Gyms, including yoga, barre and spin facilities
Concert venues
Movie theaters
Shopping malls
Golf courses
Sporting event venues
Skating rink
Dance Schools
Private Clubs (except for the provision of food for take-out)