Governor Orders Nevadans To Stay Home And Gaming Control Extends Suspension Of Operations

Volume: 19 | Issue: 16
April 3, 2020
With Emergency Directive 10, Governor Sisolak extended Nevada’s Emergency Declaration to April 30 and ordered all Nevadans to stay in their homes.
Individuals may leave their homes to provide essential services or perform necessary work (as defined by the March 20 Emergency Regulations) or to obtain essential services for themselves, their pets or others in the household. Gatherings of individuals outside of the home are prohibited. Individuals are permitted to engage in outdoor activities as long as the activity complies with Emergency Directive 007, they maintain at least 6 feet from others, and they do not congregate in groups beyond their household members.
In light of this order, the Nevada Gaming Control Board (Board) extended its temporary suspension of licensee operations to April 30. The Board approved the temporary closure of all licensed gaming establishments and explained that a temporarily closed establishment will still hold a valid gaming license upon termination of the Declaration of Emergency. The Board also addressed procedures for closures and how those procedures will be applied in light of this extension of the Emergency Directive.

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