Lockdown: Nevada Governor Sisolak Issues Statewide “Pause”
Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak has ordered a statewide "pause" aimed at reducing business capacities, restricting services, and implementing statewide mandatory mask compliance.
Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak has ordered a statewide “pause” aimed at reducing business capacities, restricting services, and implementing statewide mandatory mask compliance. The ‘pause’ will be in effect for three weeks and is intended to reduce the spread of COVID-19 in the state.
The order will go into go into effect Tuesday, November 24 at 12:01 a.m.
The new regulations require masks for Nevadans for both indoor and outdoor activities except within ones own household or while eating and drinking.
All private gatherings will be limited to 10 people and from no more than two households, whether indoors or outdoors.
Gyms and other fitness studios must operate at 25% occupancy. Masks worn at all times, except when drinking.
Occupancy at all restaurants and bars, either indoor or outdoor, will be reduced to 25% and no more than four people will be allowed at a table.
“I know the majority of our bars and restaurants are doing their best, but these settings are proven to be high risk because they allow the opportunity for people to remove their face coverings in indoor settings around people outside of their household. That’s how the virus spreads,” the Democratic governor said.
Details of the order can be read here.
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