Nevada’s stay-at-home order, which was set to expire Friday, will be extended, Gov. Steve Sisolak said in an interview with ABC’s “Good Morning America” on Wednesday.
Nevada’s month-old stay-at-home order, set to expire Thursday at midnight, will be extended two weeks to May 15, though some coronavirus restrictions will be eased starting Friday, Gov. Steve Sisolak ordered Wednesday.
The governor announced the move early Wednesday evening. While the stay-at-home order remains in place, along with a limit on public gatherings to fewer than 10 people, the following will be relaxed:
— All retail businesses, including those previously deemed nonessential, will be allowed to operate under a “curbside commerce model” similar to curbside pickup now allowed for restaurants and eateries. This includes curbside sales for retail marijuana dispensaries, which have been limited to only delivery orders since mid-March.
— Places of worship can have drive-up religious services, as long as people stay in their vehicles and maintain social distancing parameters with people who are not part of their household.
— Nevadans can once again play golf, pickleball and tennis “as long as they do it safely and in a way that prevents the spread of COVID-19.”
JUST IN: Governor Sisolak has extended Nevada's stay-at-home order. He is also easing some restrictions on outdoor activities and businesses beginning on Friday, May 1.https://t.co/FTNL4QUXdT
— KRNV (@KRNV) April 30, 2020
"I'd love to tell you it's April 30, through May 5, or May 15, or whatever that date is. In good conscience, I can't give you an arbitrary date that I can't commit that I think we have a good chance of reaching," Governor Sisolak said. https://t.co/oMKpTIi5Pn
— 8 News NOW (@8NewsNow) April 27, 2020