Nevada Governor, Who was diagnosed with Covid-19 himself earlier this month, said on Sunday that he has tightened restrictions on the Coronavirus in casinos, restaurants and bars, while imposing a broader mandate statewide to cover the face for the next three weeks.
The new measures, which take effect on Tuesday, are coming with leaders of state and local governments around United States of America It has moved to bring back a wide range of restrictions on social and economic life to tame an alarming wave of Covid-19 infections after the pandemic’s summer lull.
“Whether you believe in the science of Covid or not, the truth is that Covid is filling our hospital beds, and this threatens all Nevadans,” Governor Steve SisolakIn announcing what he called a “statewide stand,” a Democrat said.
The recent restrictions are likely to be particularly harsh for the nation of its economy and the livelihood of its largest city. Las vigasLargely dependent on tourism, gaming and the hospitality industry.
Under Sisolak’s recent Public Health orders, restaurants and bars must reduce operations from 50% to 25% of capacity, with additional requirements for social distancing, including a ban on service without prior reservation.
Casinos, which reopened in June after being ordered to close for more than two months after the Covid-19 outbreak, will also be restricting their capacity by 25%.
The same capacity limit will apply to museums, art galleries, libraries, trails, race tracks and theme parks – all of which were previously under 50% capacity cover.
The latest release of Sisolac Masks will require all individuals to wear face coverings anytime in the presence of other people outside of their immediate home, whether indoors or outdoors.
Private social gatherings are limited to 10 people from more than two families, whether from inside or outside, while public gatherings in places such as cinemas, theater shows, galleries, weddings, funerals and places of worship will have a maximum of 50 people, or 25% of the capacity of the fire code Ordinary, whichever is lower.
All youth and adult sports leagues will be suspended completely.
Sisolak, 66, tested positive for Covid-19 on November 13, although he said last week that he had only mild symptoms.