COVID-19 Update From Nevada Gaming Control Board

Volume: 19 | Issue: 34

June 18, 2020

Yesterday, the Nevada Gaming Control Board (“Board”) issued an update to its reopening health and safety policy for nonrestricted licensees based upon new guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The substantive changes to the health and safety policy are outlined in the Board’s notice.

The Board also explained that “[p]ursuant to section 22 of Governor Sisolak’s Declaration of Emergency Directive 021, musical performances, live entertainment, concerts, competitions, sporting events, and any events with live performances may resume, but shall remain closed for public attendance, and the Board must approve such an event prior to it taking place.” In relation to this development, the Board issued a “Closed Event Policy” for gaming establishments.

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