LAS VEGAS (AP) — Health officials are giving guidelines to keep people safe once businesses start to reopen in the Las Vegas area.
The Southern Nevada Health District is suggesting restaurants offer disposable menus and plates, day cares keep children from playing or napping near each other and hotels remove decorative pillows and encase televisions and remotes in covers that can be wiped down.
After the guidelines were released, Gov. Steve Sisolak the Phase 1 reopening of Nevada will happen sooner than previously thought, and he will share more specific details at 3 p.m. during a press conference on Thursday. You can watch Gov. Sisolak's update live here once it begins.
13 Action News contributed to the original story by Associated Press.