Governor Steve Sisolak has given the green flag to Nevadans who can’t wait to get out and re-acquaint themselves with what use to be called “normal.” Once outside they’ll be allowed to dine out – but the restaurants are allowed to seat only half their capacity. Tables must be a minimum of six feet apart. Restaurant employees MUST wear face masks.
Retail stores are allowed to be open but like the restaurants admit only 50% of what might be construed as a normal crowd. Barber shops and hair salons may open – strictly by appointment – no casual walk-ins. And workers must wear face masks.
On the NO side of the ledger…no bars will be open, no nightclubs, no massage parlors, spas, gyms or fitness centers….no brothels, strip clubs, indoor theaters (drive-ins are okay) no bowling alleys, sporting events and NO casinos.
On the domestic side, there will be no evictions , no non-essential travel, no visits to senior centers and, all gatherings, whether indoors or out, cannot exceed ten people.
Welcome to PHASE 1. How long it will drag out is anyone’s guess. We’re in unchartered waters, folks.