Source: Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak (Information):
Nevada: Governor Steve Sisolak has announced on Wednesday, April 29th, 2020 that he will be extending a majority of the Nevada’s Stay-At-Home measures through mid-May 2020, but will be easing some restrictions.
Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak wrote on Facebook, “Today, I announced that I signed a directive extending a majority of the Stay at Home measures through mid-May, but will be easing some restrictions starting on May 1, 2020. Tomorrow, I will unveil the Nevada United: Roadmap to Recovery plan. This directive means Nevada will continue to remain under the Stay at Home order, but this new directive signed today will allow Nevadans expanded outdoor and recreational activities and provide some relief for our small business owners.”
These changes Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak announced includes:
– All retail businesses will be allowed to operate under curbside commerce models, similar to curbside pickup currently allowed for restaurants and eateries. This now includes curbside for retail cannabis dispensaries
– Drive-in services are now permitted for places of worship, as long as congregants stay in a vehicle and maintain at least 6 feet of social distance from people not in their household
– Relaxing restrictions on outdoor activities, including golf, pickleball, and tennis, as long as they do it safely and in a way that prevents the spread of COVID-19
Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak continued in his post writing, “Nevadans have done an incredible job at staying home for our state, & as we work diligently to meet the reopening criteria, I wanted to begin some incremental changes to make our full transition into Phase 1 smoother & positively impact our communities and small businesses. I will present Nevada United: Roadmap to Recovery during a press conference on Thursday, where I will outline the projected phases and structure for how Nevada and local partners will navigate our way through this public health crisis.”