The plan includes remote summer school and bringing additional employees back to work. It won’t begin until Gov. Steve Sisolak lifts the stay-at-home order, currently in effect until May 15.
Cody Tomboli started reaching out to see where he could donate food from his restaurant when it had to close. He has made 12 deliveries to local hospitals and essential businesses.
Entertainment exec Mark Prows said he cried at the news, but he added “my job does not define who I am.”
Protesters rallying against Gov. Steve Sisolak’s stay-at-home order took to the governor’s mansion in the state capital on Saturday.
MGM Resorts acting CEO Bill Hornbuckle has been in talks with various sports leagues about hosting games without fans at their facilities.
Homes in the Las Vegas Valley are sporting the outdoor marks of graduating high school seniors whose ceremonies have been scrapped amid the shutdown.
New guidelines for large and small casinos limit occupancy, detail social distancing requirements, limit the size of meetings and keep nightclubs and dayclubs closed.
The Nevada Hospital Association reportedly threatened to withhold critical reports if state agencies made data public.
Three months into an unprecedented public health emergency, the White House has largely resisted calls for a coordinated plan to conduct the millions of tests experts say are needed to contain the virus. What federal officials outlined recently isn’t even an official benchmark, and AP’s analysis found that a majority of states are not yet meeting it.
Streaming usage in Las Vegas jumped 65 percent during the week after Gov. Steve Sisolak’s direction for residents to “Stay Home for Nevada.”