Please find the information below based on Washington states current COVID19 status. You will find what is happening in each county and what homes are affected by these counties. Please find below the phases criterias that Embassy family of companies is enforcing with the states guidelines. To ensure the safety of our individuals please wash your hands, use our PPE equipment and wear a mask indefinitely. Thank you.
Updated August 11th, 2020
FACE MASKS ARE REQUIRED STATEWIDE
COVID19 NV Data
*All data can be found on https://nvhealthresponse.nv.gov/
Outlined below is the “Safe Start” plan, a phased approach to re-open Oregon. Under the plan, businesses and activities will re-open in phases with adequate social distancing measures & health standards in place. For an updated list on counties phases and requirements: click here.
Nevada Coronavirus Response (COVID-19)
For updated information on what the DOH is doing for Nevada and to report cases please click on the buttons below.
Nevada is officially in Phase 2 of the reopening plan.
The State will continue to issue statewide restrictions under which individuals and business must operate that are based on the social distancing requirements necessary to ensuring that Nevada’s public healthcare system is able to respond to any surge from COVID-19. However, in line with the federally supported, state managed and locally executed response and recovery plan, going forward, county governments will be empowered to tailor specific restrictions on business and public life, as long as those restrictions do not go below the strict standards the state issues in a future emergency directive for Phase 2 and future phases.
Below find all the recommendations for phase 2 and the guidelines that are still established with restrictions being lifted.
Nevada United: Roadmap to Recovery Stay At Home: Silver State Stabilization (Phase 2)
Restaurants: Open but with additional restrictions
Bars, pubs or taverns serving food: Open but with additional restrictions
Retail Essential businesses remain open; Limited curbside/Delivery/Pickup
Barber, nail & hair salons: Open but with additional restrictions
Aesthetic service establishments: Open but with additional restrictions
Spas & massage therapy: Open but with additional restrictions
Body art & piercing establishments: Open but with additional restrictions
Gyms, fitness facilities: Open but with additional restrictions
Recreational areas & pools: Open but with additional restrictions
Movie theaters, bowling centers, arcades etc: Open but with additional restrictions
Nevada State Parks: Limited day-use & overnight stays w/restrictions: Open but with additional restrictions
Cannabis: Open but with additional restrictions
Gaming: Open but with additional restrictions
Gatherings: 50 people or less: Open but with additional restrictions
Counties and cities around Nevada are also monitoring and updating information on COVID-19. The list below includes links to local information and resources:
Las Vegas County Guidance
Counties and cities around Nevada are also monitoring and updating information on COVID-19. Below find Las Vegas specific information on what is happening locally where our offices and homes are located. Click here for county update.
Phase One of Nevada's Roadmap to Recovery began on May 9:
As businesses begin to reopen, the city is implementing a number of programs to help with the transition. As of June 4th Las Vegas county is in Phase 2 of reopening. The directive is set to expire on June 30, 2020.
Outdoor Dining and Sidewalk Sales in Downtown
The city will allow downtown restaurants and retail establishments, which are operating under Phases 1 and 2 of the governor’s orders, to provide outdoor dining and sidewalk sales on a temporary basis in downtown Las Vegas.
Outdoor Dining and Sidewalk Sales within Commercial Center/ Commercially Zoned Property
The city will allow restaurants and retail establishments in a commercial center or commercially zoned property to use the sidewalk and parking lots to meet social distancing guidelines and will not need a permit. The program is a temporary measure that will continue through Phase 1 and Phase 2.