Sisolak's Las Vegas Mask Requirement Canceled
Gov. Steve Sisolak says the statewide mask mandate in Nevada has come to an end as COVID-19 cases drop. Effective Thursday, February 10, masks will no longer be required inside public places, including Casinos, in most instances.
This comes just in time for a Wild Super Bowl Weekend leading into Valentine's Day. The Las Vegas Strip is maskless inside and outside.
Mask signs were removed immediately after the announcement...
Where might masks still be required?
Masks are still mandated in airports, on planes and on public buses. Sisolak says.
He also clarified that while masks are no longer mandated on the state level, employers and organizations may still set their own policies around masks.
The Nevada Gaming Control Board sent a notice to casinos across the state that masks would no longer be mandated unless there is a local requirement.
Masks and protective equipment requirements in facilities serving vulnerable populations, such as hospitals, clinics and long-term care facilities, will be overseen at the direction of the Department of Health and Human Services, he says.
......for BUSINESS or PLEASURE LAS VEGAS BEST HOTEL ROOM PACKAGES, BEST SHOW TICKETS, Restaurants, and Nightlife,....