There is no doubt this Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic has made a great impact in our daily lives. As we start to see businesses reopen, we feel the need to keep our community informed.
Governor Steve Sisolak has recently released a roadmap to recovery for Nevada. We are currently on Phase One of reopening the state.
Here’s a few guidelines and protocols for individuals:
- FACE COVERINGS are strongly encouraged in public and when around persons from other households. All Nevadans are encouraged to continue STAYING AT HOME and limit trips outside of their homes as much as practicable to mitigate the spread of COVID-19.
- ALL VULNERABLE INDIVIDUALS should continue to shelter in place. Members of households with vulnerable residents should be aware that by returning to work or other environments where distancing is not practical, they could carry the virus back home. Precautions should be taken to isolate from vulnerable residents.
- VISITS TO SENIOR LIVING FACILITIES, long-term care facilities, nursing homes and hospitals should continue to be prohibited.
- If tested positive for COVID-19, an individual must QUARANTINE and stay at home for two weeks.
- If determined to be a CONTACT OF AN INDIVIDUAL who tested positive for COVID-19, an individual must quarantine and stay at home for two weeks, or until a negative test result has been received.
- Maintain at least SIX FEET OF SOCIAL DISTANCING per person for non-household members at all times.
- FACE COVERINGS are strongly encouraged when in public and when around persons from other households.
- Nevadans must continue to LIMIT PUBLIC & PRIVATE GATHERINGS TO 10 or fewer people, unless individuals live in the same household.
- AVOID NON-ESSENTIAL TRAVEL and adhere to self-quarantine and monitor health for 14 days after arriving or returning to Nevada.
- UNSAFE HOMES: Individuals whose homes/residences are unsafe or become unsafe, such as victims of domestic violence, are expressly permitted and urged to leave their homes and stay at a safe alternative location
Remember to stay at home as much as possible, if you must go out practice social distancing. Contact us with any questions or service requests!
Source: City of Las Vegas Nevada.