Restaurants and Bars may continue to operate under strict social distancing requirements at 25% occupancy-indoor and outdoor.
No more than 4 patrons per table and seating at bar or counter tops must continue to be socially distanced under the existing guidelines.
Restaurants and bars should continue to have hand sanitizer available and should be conducting health screenings and/or temperature checks.
Restaurants and bars that serve food, reservations are required – no walk-ins.
Bar and restaurant settings are proven to be high risk because they allow the opportunity for people to remove their face coverings in indoor settings around people outside of their household. That’s how the virus spreads.
Curbside, delivery, and/or carry out operations are encouraged, our health experts want to remind Nevadans and visitors that you must keep your mask, worn properly over your nose and mouth, on at all times when you are not actively eating or drinking, regardless of whether you are six feet away from others or not.
If you choose to dine indoors, keep your mask on as much as possible. Restaurants and bars are encouraged to try to expand outdoor seating options, and local governments are encouraged to work with these businesses to meet this goal.
Operating at 25% capacity.
They may operate with no more than 25% occupancy under strict social distancing requirements.
We are also strengthening our mask mandate with no exceptions for indoor exercise. Masks MUST be worn over the nose and mouth at all times, unless you’re actively drinking. If the activity is too strenuous to be done while wearing a mask properly, you must seek an alternative.
Museums, Art Galleries, Libraries;
Zoos & Aquariums;
Arcades, Racetracks, Bowling Alleys, Mini Golf,
Amusement and Theme Parks and other similar activities;
Additionally, Gaming operations are restricted to have no more than 25% occupancy and must operate pursuant to requirements issued by the Nevada Gaming Control Board, including health and safety policies. Restaurants and bars within gaming establishments are restricted to the 25% capacity.
Current COVID-19 Stats
Note on test results: This data changes rapidly as labs conduct tests and discover new cases. The numbers may not always match the most recent reports released by local health jurisdictions since statewide cases will be updated as lab data are available. Additionally, these are laboratory-based data which may reflect some results on patients that live outside of Nevada. Those cases will be removed once the epidemiological investigation is performed.
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