Stay Home for Nevada

Governor Steve Sisolak has directed all Nevadans to stay home and for all nonessential businesses to close to the public for 30 days. All gaming machines, devices, tables, games, and any equipment related to gaming activity will be shut down effective midnight tonight. These COVID-19 Risk Mitigation measures will be fully effective as of noon March 18:

– All Nevadans must ensure that six feet of social distancing per person for non-family members is maintained.

– Only essential services should remain open — such as fire, police, transit, and health care services, in addition to businesses that provide food, shelter, or social services for disadvantaged populations.

– Non-essential services such as beauty shops, barber shops, and nail, tanning, and waxing salons should close until further notice.

– Only essential businesses should remain open such as, pharmacies, grocery stores, drug and convenience stores, banks and financial institutions, hardware stores, and gas stations. Grocery stores are asked to consider special hours for the vulnerable populations.

– All gatherings should be postponed or canceled.

– Faith leaders are urged to find ways to deliver to your congregation without bringing them together in person.

– Charitable food distribution sites, including the meals being distributed to our students in wake of the school closings, along with grocery stores should remain fully open and operational. Food services for healthcare facilities and other essential facilities should remain open. Any buffet or food stations used in charitable food distribution settings should transition to boxed meals or served through gloved staff members or volunteers.

– Restaurants throughout Nevada, in addition to pubs, wineries, bars, and breweries that include meals provided by a full kitchen should be reduced to serving food only in a drive-thru, take-out or delivery capacity. No dine-in at food establishments should be allowed until further notice. This also includes food courts, coffee shops, catered events, clubs, bowling alleys, and other similar venues in which people congregate for the consumption of food or beverages.

– Pubs, wineries, bars, and breweries that do not include meals provided by a full kitchen must close.

For more updates and resources, please visit www.lasvegasnevada.gov/coronavirus

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