Nevada governor Steve Sisolak outlined his plans to reopen the Nevada economy in a press conference late Thursday, but he failed to provide a timeline or details of when the pisauqq gaming industry will open for business again.
“We must now map out a responsible path forward that will get the Nevadans back to work under a new normal,” Sisolak said.
Sisolak outlined the first few steps in his “Roadmap to Recovery” just a day after he announced he would extend his order at home until May 15. However, it will ease some restrictions on certain businesses around outdoor activities such as golf and allow roadside pickups for retailers.
According to the governor, the roadmap is a gradual reopening of the economy through various phases of business reopening.
Phase 1 will take place on or before May 15, depending on what the data looks like. Sisolak said that infections peaked on April 24 and had been declining since then. He wanted to make sure the trend continued before starting his plans.
During the first phase of the plan, businesses will begin to reopen, while continuing to implement social distancing measures. The medical community will trace the contacts of people who have tested positive for the virus to continue to contain the spread. Sisolak also encouraged Nevad residents to continue to use face masks during the first phase.
He said that phase 1 will last between 2-3 weeks, before entering the next phase. Bars, nightclubs, malls, sporting events, concerts, major religious gatherings and gaming venues will be closed during this time.
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