Governor Issues Additional Social Distancing Directive And New Guidance For Grocery Stores

Volume: 19 | Issue: 18
April 10, 2020
On April 8, 2020, Governor Sisolak issued Emergency Directive 13 closing public venues, such as golf courses, basketball courts, and tennis courts, and showrooms used to display goods for sales at essential businesses. The Directive further address worship services, real estate showings, and barbers/hairdressers.
The Directive requires Nevada OSHA to ensure that businesses operating during the pandemic are providing adequate protections to their workers. Moreover, essential businesses providing services or selling goods must implement measures to control in-store traffic to ensure social distancing standards are maintained.
The Governor also issued a detailed guidance for protecting grocery store personnel which provides important information for employers but also the general public when accessing a store.

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