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Governor Sisolak tightens down restrictions on the economy to slow the spread of Covid-19

Governor Steve Sisolak
Three week tighten down of the economy…

Governor Steve Sisolak laid it on the line Sunday evening to Nevada residents and business owners – “We’re going to have to cut back on our economy more than a little to help slow the spread of the Covid-19 Virus.   Nevada is in the middle of a huge surge of Covid-19 and we must turn it around.”

Governor Sisolak said that starting Tuesday, tight restrictions on all Nevada businesses will take effect from grocery stores to major hotel-casinos. No shutdowns, but certainly there will be slowdowns. Governor Sisolak said everyone will be required to wear masks whether inside or outside as long as we’re around people. Even if you’re at home and some friends come over, everyone MUST MASK UP.

Restaurants and bars must reduce capacity to 25% of normal patronage and wear masks except when eating or drinking. No more than four people at a table. If sitting at the bar, six feet of distance between patrons is required. Hand sanitizers are required. And reservations are required to be at the bar or at the dining area if it’s a restaurant. 25% occupancy is the limit. Again that’s why you’ll need reservations.

Gyms, fitness centers, dance and martial arts facilities are capped at 25% capacity – social distancing and wearing masks is absolutely mandatory along with social distancing.

Museums, art galleries, libraries, zoos, arcades, race tracks, bowling alleys, mini-golf, amusement and theme parks are similarly restricted based on 25% capacity with masks and social distancing.

Gaming establishments are restricted to no more than 25% occupancy. Restaurants and bars inside gaming establishments are also restricted to 25% occupancy, making it all but required that reservations are a must – but there is also an option to order food over the phone and then come down and do a curb-side pickup.

Public gatherings at stand-alone bars and restaurants are limited to 50 persons or 25% of capacity of an establishment according to the local fire code.

Churches, indoor movie theaters, live theater performances, casino showrooms, weddings, funerals, celebrations of life, milestone celebrations and other events are limited to 50 people or 25% of the venue’s space, whichever is less. Any such pre-scheduled events after Monday, November 23rd, must be cancelled.

Private gatherings at private homes must be limited to ten or fewer people and involve no more than two households, whether indoors or outdoors. Facecoverings are always required even if socially distant – public or private facilities.

There is a pause on youth and adult sports tournaments effective Tuesday morning, November 24th. Retail mall outlets and grocery stores will NOT have to change their current capacity numbers during the pause – they will remain at 50% capacity limit. The new state rules strongly suggest online ordering with curbside pickup, carry out or delivery. Hair salons, barber shops, nail salons and aesthetic skin services will remain open, along with spas, massage therapy and skin piercing.

Community and recreation centers will continue to be open, but at 50% capacity and must provide child care services when appropriate. None of the above is applied to schools.

Governor Sisolak was emphatic that re-opening public schools is a must but that’s up to the school districts. Opinions vary greatly among school administrators.

Governor Sisolak says he’s encouraged by the announcement of two versions of Covid-19 virus vaccines which will initially be given to medical workers and the elderly. He says those vaccines should be provided by the end of December – the initial vaccination will be followed by a second vaccination three weeks out. Vaccinations for everyone else could become available in April – again a two shot situation – three weeks apart.

More deaths from Covid-19 in the four county area…

Covid-19 Virus

Carson City Health and Human Services are reporting 2 more deaths due to COVID-19 in the Quad-County Region. The individuals were a Carson City and a Douglas County resident.

We are also reporting 51 new cases and 32 additional recoveries of COVID-19 in the Quad-County Region. This brings the total number of cases to 2,920, with 2,151 recoveries and 32 deaths; 737 cases remain active.

 

Carson City
1596 Total cases (+34 from 11/20)
633 Active (+15 from 11/20)
950 Recovered (+18 from 11/20)
13 Deaths (+1 from 11/20)

Douglas County
529 Total cases (+6 from 11/20)
34 Active (+0 from 11/20)
492 Recovered (+5 from 11/20)
3 Deaths (+1 from 11/20)

Lyon County
762 Total cases (+11 from 11/20)
65 Active (+3 from 11/20)
681 Recovered (+8 from 11/20)
16 Deaths (+0 from 11/20)

Storey County
33 Total cases (+0 from 11/20)
5 Active (-1 from 11/20)
28 Recoveries (+1 from 11/20)

TOTAL
2,920 Total cases (+51 from 11/20)
737 Active (+17 from 11/20)
2151 Recovered (+32 from 11/20)
32 Deaths (+2 from 11/20)

Fuji Park may be getting more than just a face lift…

Fuji Park
Time for an upgrade…

Carson City Parks, Recreation and Open Space is working with a park consultant to develop a master plan for the Fuji Park/Fairgrounds and is seeking information on the current use of the facilities as well as ideas on how the facilities can improve to better accommodate the community.

Please visit carson.org/fujisurvey. For additional information on the Fuji Park/Fairgrounds master plan, please contact Nick Wentworth, Parks Project Manager at (775) 283-7733 or nwentworth@carson.org

Nevada stops Trump from nixing Nevada Voters

Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford
“Not so fast Mr. Trump.”

Nevada Attorney General Aaron Ford stops Trump’s attempt to cancel Nevada’s voters preference for President. 

Caron City, NV Nevada Attorney General Aaron D. Ford released a statement regarding a Trump federal lawsuit to cancel Nevada’s recent election results. The emergency injunction sought to prevent Secretary of State Cegavske from certifying the results of the November 3rd general election thereby preventing Nevada electors from casting their votes for President on December 12th.  It would prevent any Nevada candidate from taking office, based on the alleged unconstitutionality of Nevada Assembly Bill 4. Instead, the Trump administration sought a new election, which would strike down Nevada voter ballots. Clark County District Court Judge Gloria Sturman held an expedited hearing and denied Trump’s request, ruling that the plaintiffs, including Donald Trump, failed to show a likelihood of success on the merits of the case. 

“An attempt to throw out the entire election and the legal votes of hundreds of thousands of Nevadans without legal justification undermines our election process and our democracy,” said Attorney General Aaron D. Ford.  Nevada Assembly Bill 4 was enacted because of the coronavirus pandemic and proved to be successful in allowing thousands of citizens to vote by mail thereby limiting their potential exposure to the virus. All evidence shows that Nevada’s election was fair, safe, and secure – and time and again, the Court has agreed. Nevadans voted and chose their president-elect, Joe Biden. It’s time to move on.”  

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