News and Announcements

News and Announcements
Current COVID-19 Mitigation Measures from the State of Nevada and Governor's Office
The most recent COVID-19 mitigation measures, including the most recent Emergency Directives provided by the State of Nevada and the Governor's office, are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week at the Nevada Health Response Website. Current Status: Mitigation Measures available here.


Feb. 23, 2022: Package Delivery for Liquor Stores and Curbside Pickup of Package Beer, Wine & Spirit-Based Products Ending March 31, 2022
The Temporary License permitting the Delivery of Package Liquor for liquor stores will not be renewed after the current expiration date of March 31, 2022. For restaurants with a retail liquor license, the Temporary License for Curbside Pickup of Package Beer, Wine, & Spirit-Based Products will not be renewed after the current expiration date of March 31, 2022. View the notification letters here.


Nov. 30, 2021: Clark County Local Mitigation and Enforcement Plan and Large Gathering Event Updates
Update: As of Nov. 30, 2021, a new directive (Directive 051 and related guidance) was issued from the State of Nevada and the Governor's office regarding Large Gathering Events, specifically in relation to attendees under the age of 12, regardless of vaccination status.

As of Sept. 2, 2021, a new directive
(Directive 050 and related guidance) was issued from the State of Nevada and the Governor's office regarding Large Gathering Events as an update to the previous Directive 049. This new directive authorizes an exemption option to the face covering requirement for large gathering events and conventions that require all attendees to be vaccinated. Eligible events operators who wish to hold an event where fully vaccinated persons are not required to wear face coverings pursuant to this guidance must submit a Large Event Masking Exception COVID-19 Certification Form. The certification form must be submitted to the State Department of Business and Industry and to the applicable local health authority. This is related to the recent Directive 047 and related guidance which as of July 30, 2021 the State’s face covering mandate was updated after the CDC recommended that everyone wear a face covering in public indoor settings in counties with substantial or high transmission regardless of vaccination status.

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Clark County Ends COVID-19 Emergency Declaration

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