10 Jun Nevada United : PHASE 2
Nevada began Phase 2 of reopening on May 29th, 2020. Meaning some restaurants, casinos, and other businesses will be allowed to pen and function at a smaller capacity than normal. Full details about what kinds of businesses and when each will open have yet to be released, but are said to be made available sooner rather than later. Governor Sisolak has given some guidelines that businesses must follow in order to be allowed to reopen. In no way are businesses being forced to reopen, they are simply being given an option to do so.
For consumers and locals, these regulations include the requirement to wear face coverings and the constant disinfecting of common areas by management and staff of the business. Businesses have full authority to refuse service to those who enter the establishment without a face covering or to those who refuse to comply with CDC regulations. These include social distancing, safe handling of objects in the facility, as well as capacity regulations made by the business owners and staff.
Nevada is on the way to recovery and the public plays the biggest factor in ensuring that our communities stay healthy and safe. For more information on regulations and on business reopenings stay posted on our website as we will keep you updated.
- Face coverings are encouraged but are not required per the governor. However, businesses reserve the right to refuse service if face coverings are not worn.
- Employers and employees are to continue to work remotely if at all possible.
- Common areas are to remain closed;
- Dine-in areas, place of large gatherings
- Businesses are to strictly adhere to social distancing protocols and are to frequently conduct environmental cleanings.
- Employers are to encourage their employees to conduct a self-assessment and to stay home if they feel sick
- Grocery stores are not to allow self to serve groceries or bulk groceries.
- Sports, where players are isolated from others, are permitted (golf, tennis) other sports where teams are needed and impact sports are also not allowed in public parks or recreational facilities.
- Barbershops, hair salons, and nail salons are to continue strict social distancing and environmental cleaning.
- Gov. Sisolak has signed a directive today allowing schools, of all kinds, to open & conduct summer activities as normal while complying with safety measures.
- A list of newly reopened business can be found here