Governor Sisolak rolled out the Nevada United: Roadmap to Recovery Phase 1 Statewide Standard Guidelines and Protocols for Individuals and Businesses. Those businesses that were deemed essential in the first directive will be required to follow the same guidelines as the businesses that were designated as non-essential but will now be able to open under today’s directive. All employees of open businesses must wear face masks.
Businesses that are not allowed to open include bars, nightclubs, massage parlors, spas, gyms, fitness studios, brothels, strip clubs, movie theaters (except for drive-ins), bowling alleys, live sporting events and casinos. Counties are free to develop stricter requirements than the state has announced, but are not allowed to loosen restrictions more than those laid out by the plan. Businesses are also free to remain closed if they choose.
Businesses that MAY reopen on Saturday, May 9th at 12:01am:
- Pubs, Wineries, Bars, Breweries
- Those that serve food can continue curbside, pick-up, and/or carry out operations. If the establishment is licensed to and serves food in a restaurant-like setting, it may open up to do so based on general restaurant restrictions (above) with bar-tops and bar areas closed to drinking and eating
- Barber Shops, Salons, Nail Salons
- By appointment only
- Retail Businesses
- Limited to 50% capacity
- Open air malls allowed at 50% capacity
Phase 1 Guidelines can be found here: Phase 1 Guidelines