LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — As of May 5, Clark County senior centers will no longer require proof of vaccination to participate in building activities. Everyone entering the facilities will still be required to wear a mask, undergo a temperature check, and sign a form stating they do not show symptoms of COVID-19.
“We have received updated guidelines from the Southern Nevada Health District,” said Dan Hernandez, Clark County Parks and Recreation Director. “These new guidelines along with additional precautions in place that can help protect our senior population will allow us to continue to provide quality recreation programming without this requirement.”
People are also reminded to wash their hands thoroughly and frequently, wear a mask when indoors in public places and stay home if they are sick to help limit the spread of the coronavirus.
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More information on Clark County Parks and Recreation Senior Center can be found by visiting the website at ClarkCountyNV.gov. Clark County Parks and Recreation can also be found on social media networking sites such as Twitter and Facebook.