Source: Office of Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak (Press Release and Information):
Nevada: Governor Steve Sisolak announced on Tuesday, May 26th, 2020 that the state will begin Phase 2 of his “Roadmap to Recovery” reopening plan on Friday, May 29th, 2020 allowing most businesses to reopen.
As part of Phase 2, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak said public and private gatherings, can increase from 10 people to no more than 50 while practicing social distancing.
Businesses that were not included in Phase 1 that are allowed to reopen in Phase 2 include:
– Gyms and fitness facilities. Larger gyms are capped at 50 percent capacity. Locker rooms will be closed except for bathrooms. Showers, steam rooms, saunas, vapor baths, salt therapy rooms, hot tubs and other communal facilities must stay closed.
– Bars can reopen with 50 percent capacity and strict social distancing. Customers must be seated and cannot order at the bar.
– Salons that provide aesthetic or other skin services.
– Day and overnight spas.
– Massage services.
– Tattoo parlors and body art businesses.
– Swimming pools, aquatic facilities and Water Parks.
– Museums, art galleries, zoos and aquariums.
– Movie theaters, bowling alleys and indoor malls with 50 percent capacity and social distancing.
– Mini golf and amusement parks.
– Youth sports and recreation are “anticipated” to open at some point in Phase 2.
– Places of worship will also be allowed to reopen for gatherings with a maximum of 50 people attending a service.
Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak added that gaming businesses are still on track to open June 4th, 2020.
Phase 2 excludes adult entertainment, brothels, night clubs and live sports with an audience.
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