COVID-19 restrictions in Nevada to be lifted soon, detailed proposal out

imagesource: gamblinginsider
imagesource: gamblinginsider

COVID-19 restrcitions in Nevada are going to be lifted very soon, for which the detailed timeline has been announced by the Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak.

Sisolak stated that the pandemic infection rate has been going down in the state and the hospital capacities have improved.

He also stressed that adequate testing facilities have also been established so the gathering capacity of the people can be increased to 35%.

While upto 6 people can be seated on one table, there is no requirement to make early reservations at bars and restaurants.

As per Gambling Insider, Sisolak said: “Even when we move to local management, specific statewide protocols will remain in place to mitigate the spread, including but not limited to the mask mandate and other social distancing requirements. While we are hopeful that trends will continue to decrease if all mitigation measures are followed, we must remain flexible – as we have done all along,”

He added: “We will continue to monitor data trends throughout this timeline and work closely with counties and local health authorities to evaluate next steps should a significant increase begin to occur.”