The state of Nevada is in Phase One of Governor Steve Sisolak’s re-opening plan. Here’s a recap of what that entails. Many businesses have been allowed to re-open but most maintain strict protocols to ensure employee and customer safety. Employees of all non-essential businesses that have been allowed to re-open must wear masks. Full service restaurants are allowed to reopen provided they operate at fifty percent of seating capacity with no self service food stations and reservations required. Retail businesses are reopening and a lot of them are already experiencing long lines outside as they can only allow in so many customers at a time. Indoor malls are still closed but may have outdoor curbside pickups. Outdoor malls are open provided that strict physical distancing is practiced. Barbershops and hair and nail salons have been allowed to reopen with partitions between work stations encouraged. Car dealerships are open, appointments are encouraged. Most entertainment venues remain closed including movie theaters, however, the West Side Drive-In movie theater on W. Carey is open. Casinos, bars, nightclubs, gyms, rec centers and public pools remain closed. Governor Sisolak will be announcing soon when the state is ready to move into the next phase of reopening.
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