Governor Sisolak recently announced the beginning of Phase One to reopen Nevada on May 9th. Face masks or coverings are strongly encouraged for anyone out in the public. But every business will be required to have employees wear face masks/coverings. Businesses will also be limited to 50% capacity. Restaurants can now open for dine in but tables will be required to be 6 feet apart from each other.
- Employees must wear masks.
- Encourage customers to wear masks.
- No more than 50 percent of seating capacity.
- Reservations required.
- Bars and bar areas to remain closed, but can serve food.
- Booths and tables must be spaced 6 feet apart.
Other businesses that will be allow to reopen:
- Barbers and hair stylists.
- Retail businesses (this includes grocery stores, hardware stores, etc).
- Indoor malls remain closed but they can have curbside pick up.
- Auto dealerships (for test drives salespeople are not allowed in cars during test drives).
Businesses that will not be allowed to reopen on Phase One:
- Taverns that do not currently or have a license to serve food.
- Gym and fitness facilities.
- Entertainment and recreation activities (bowling alleys, movie theaters).
- Strip clubs and brothels.
- Gaming facilities (will remain closed until the gaming control board approves reopening plans).
All county and state offices will remain closed. Regarding large gatherings, they are still prohibited. Gatherings over 10 people are prohibited.
Remember to follow all guidelines given during this pandemic. Feel free to contact us with any questions or service requests!
Source: Channel 8 News Now Las Vegas.