Clark County Announces Changes To Its COVID-19 Plan

Volume: 20 | Issue: 33
May 19, 2021

On May 18, 2021, Clark County issued a supplement to its Local Mitigation and Enforcement Plan to conform the face covering requirements set forth in the Large Gathering Venue section with the new guidance from the CDC.

Additionally, Clark County has announced that on June 1, 2021, the plan in its entirety will be deleted and “restrictions involving capacity limits, large gatherings, dancing, etc. will no longer be in effect.” Thereafter, Clark County employers will need to follow any restrictions set forth by the Nevada Occupational Safety and Health Administration (NV OSHA), the State of Nevada, and the Nevada Gaming Control Board (where applicable).  

These are amazing times and changes are occurring rapidly, as you know. We encourage employers to be cautious and make changes to COVID-19 mitigation measures only after careful and thoughtful analysis. Remember that NV OSHA requires employers to conduct a Job Hazard Analysis to determine whether fully vaccinated employees can stop wearing face coverings.

KZA attorneys are available to consult with you on your COVID-19 mitigation measures.

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