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Nevada does not require testing or quarantine for domestic visitors. International arrivals must comply with federal laws and have a negative COVID-19 test result taken no more than 72 hours prior to arrival.
Full capacity of most establishments has been restored and most restrictions related to COVID-19 have been lifted, especially for vaccinated travelers.
The implementation of vaccination in the state is going well. To date, 47% of the state’s population has received at least the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine.
How safe is Las Vegas under the CDC?
According to epidemiological map Nevada’s positive cases are among the highest in the country.
Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak has announced that he will implement the necessary measures to keep Las Vegas’ economy afloat while ensuring the safety of residents and visitors alike.
The governor also stated how personal responsibility is necessary to maintain the safety of oneself and others. To guarantee the cooperation of the public, facial coverings in interior spaces are mandatory.
Are there any COVID-19 restrictions in Las Vegas?
On May 1, Gov. Steve Sisolak lifted statewide social distancing demands against the advice of health officials.
As of June 1, Las Vegas was “100 percent reopened”. Indoor face mask use is still mandatory, although it has been relaxed according to current CDC guidelines.
Fully vaccinated travelers can now visit the Las Vegas Strip and surrounding areas without restrictions. Restaurants and nightclubs will be open to them and capacity limits will not apply.
Also, casinos have already opened with 100% capacity.
Situation of COVID-19 in Nevada
Updated – June 12th
Last Friday, Nevada reported 262 new cases of COVID-19 and one more death.
The state reported a total of 327,140 cases and 5,622 deaths, according to the Department of Health and Human Services.
New cases were larger than the week before. (Source: 8NewsNow Nevada)
Nevada Governor Still Calling for Help
Whether you are a local health administrator, student physician, international physician who obtained your license outside the US, or a retiree in healthcare, you can apply to help relieve medical staff in need in ServNV.org.
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