Updated February 14, 2021 – On February 11, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak announced the easing of certain COVID-19 mitigation measures and set a long-term strategy to return the management of COVID-19 to local counties by May 1.
“After making it through the very difficult winter surges and the pause, Nevadans want and deserve predictability about what our path forward will look like,” said Governor Sisolak. “This is what was front of mind as we developed this Roadmap to Recovery Safe Reopening Plan. As we continue navigating this pandemic and ramping up our vaccination efforts, this plan will focus on how we can continue mitigating the spread while getting Nevadans back to work, protecting and recovering our economy, and getting our students back to in-person learning.”
Starting February 15, 2021:
Public Gatherings and Events –
– 100 individuals or 35 percent of fire code capacity, whichever is less, under strict social distancing requirements.
– Large Gathering Plans allowed for submission but cannot resume until March 1 and only if granted approval by applicable local health and state authorities.
35 Percent Capacity Limit:
– Food and Beverage Establishments: Restaurants, Bars, Pubs, Wineries, Distilleries and Breweries (those that serve food and those that do not).
– Places of Worship.
– Gyms, Fitness Studios, Yoga Studios, Dance Studios, Martial Arts Studios and similar establishments.
– Gaming Floors.
– Arcades, Racetracks, Bowling Alleys, Mini-Golf, Pool Halls/Billiards Rooms, Amusement and Theme Parks and similar activities.
50 Percent Capacity Limit
– Libraries, Museums, Art Galleries, Aquariums and Zoos.
– Retail Stores and Indoor Malls.
– Medicinal and Recreational Cannabis Establishments.
– Community/Recreational Centers (incl. public pools).
– Places of Worship