LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Clark County released its plan as soon as Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak’s press conference concluded on Tuesday.
According to the county's tweet, the proposed plan will be discussed at the Clark County Commissioners meeting on April 20.
The effective date of the proposed changes in Clark County are May 1. Here are some highlights of their plan:
- Increase number of patrons per table from 6 to 10 at food and beverage establishments.
- Self-service buffets allowed
- Pool tables and arcade game areas can be opened in food and beverage establishments.
- Nightclubs and day clubs permitted to open.
- Dance floors allowed to open with social distancing restrictions.
- Hot tubs and spas can be opened at gyms etc.
- Body art and piercing around nose and mouth will be permitted.
- Salad bars, salsa bars, olive bars, condiment stations and bulk food bins allowed at retail stores.
- Food sampling allowed at retail stores.
- Tournament plans for youth and adult recreational sports must be submitted for approval.
Clark County says that the county can return to 100% capacity if 60% of the community is vaccinated and both the 14-day average test positivity remains at 5% or below and running weekly cases is below 1,150 cases.
#ClarkCounty is ready to submit its #COVID19 Local Mitigation and Enforcement Plan. Details of the proposal were just released. It will be discussed by Commissioners at their meeting on April 20.— Clark County Nevada (@ClarkCountyNV) April 14, 2021
Our proposed plan: https://t.co/L3W1RRUkw1. #Vegas #Coronavirus pic.twitter.com/vQEPg2Shoo