Gov. Steve Sisolak Tuesday issued an advisory urging travelers entering Nevada to self-quarantine and monitor their health for up to 14 days to help contain the spread of COVID-19.
Sisolak said his order applies to evictions that were already filed before the declaration, and prohibits new lockouts, evictions filings and notices to pay. It also applies to commercial buildings, to protect small businesses closed by Sisolak’s previous order.
The Nevada Department of Employment, Training and Rehabilitation (DETR) has implemented new measures to deal with “an unprecedented number of unemployment insurance claims.”
Clark County’s Business License Department issued emergency suspensions to two nonessential businesses on Wednesday for violating a state order to close amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The deadline for those needing to obtain a Real ID has been extended one year as the U.S. deals with the COVID-19 pandemic.
After days of partisan delays, the Senate voted unanimously Wednesday to pass a $2 trillion financial rescue package to save businesses and jobs at risk due to the coronavirus outbreak.
Clark County’s Business License Department closed 12 nonessential businesses during the first three days of Gov. Steve Sisolak’s emergency order.
Gov. Steve Sisolak on Friday ordered a mandatory shutdown of most nonessential businesses in the state, his broadest action to date in response to spread of COVID-19 illness.
A guidance letter from the state says businesses considered nonessential “may remain open” and should adhere to strict social distancing practices to prevent the spread of the coronavirus.
As the economic impacts of dealing with the coronavirus spread, Nevada Sens. Jacky Rosen and Catherine Cortez Masto are working to ensure the gaming industry is included in any relief bill.