Capacity limits increase to 50% for most Nevada businesses – Northern Nevada Business Weekly

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is a press release issued Monday, March 15, by Washoe County, outlining updated COVID-related restrictions and capacity limits for businesses. It’s been edited slightly for clarity. Go to covid19washoe.com/all-press-releases to read all press release and COVID updates for the county.


The Regional Information Center is providing guidance to Washoe County residents and businesses regarding Governor Steve Sisolak’s update on Nevada’s COVID-19 response efforts and the state’s current mitigation measures that go into effect (March 15).

Those measures are outlined in detail in the latest edition of Nevada’s Roadmap to Recovery and are below:

Starting March 15, 2021

PUBLIC GATHERINGS & EVENTS

50% CAPACITY LIMITLibraries, Museums, Art Galleries, Aquariums & ZoosRetail Stores & Indoor MallsMedicinal & Recreational Cannabis EstablishmentsCommunity/Recreational Centers (incl. public pools)Food & Beverage Establishments: Restaurants, Bars, Pubs, Wineries Distilleries & Breweries (those that serve food and those that do not)Places of WorshipGyms, Fitness Studios, Yoga Studios, Dance Studios, Martial Arts Studios & similar establishmentsGaming FloorsArcades, Racetracks, Bowling Alleys, Mini-Golf, Pool Halls/Billiards Rooms, Amusement and Theme Parks & similar activities
YOUTH & ADULT RECREATIONAL SPORTSTournaments allowed to resume if Preparedness & Safety Plan approved by applicable state authorities.
OTHER

The following may operate under strict social distancing requirements and protocols established by existing Directives and/or guidance issued by the applicable regulatory body:Spas, Massage Therapy & Massage EstablishmentsHair Salons, Barbershops, Nail Salons & businesses that provide Aesthetic Skin ServicesBody Art & Piercing establishments
Starting May 1, 2021

TRANSITION TO LOCAL AUTHORITYPublic Gatherings & EventsLibraries, Museums, Art galleries, Aquariums & ZoosRetail Stores & Indoor MallsCommunity/Recreational Centers (incl. public pools)Food & Beverage Establishments: Restaurants, Bars, Pubs, Wineries Distilleries & Breweries (those that serve food and those that do not)Places of WorshipGyms, Fitness Studios, Yoga Studios, Dance Studios, Martial Arts Studios & similar establishmentsArcades, Racetracks, Bowling Alleys, Mini-Golf, Pool Halls/Billiards Rooms, Amusement and Theme Parks & similar activities
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