Las Vegas means enterprise is not only a slogan
As Las Vegas continues to take steps toward a full reopening, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak recently announced his goal of increasing business capacity in all venues to 100 percent without social distancing in the near future.
- The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) will move to local counties on May 1, and Clark County officials have received state approval for their local mitigation plan.
- Large gatherings of fewer than 20,000 people can be approved from three feet away with a capacity of up to 80 percent.
- A COVID-19 readiness and safety plan must be submitted for large gatherings of more than 250 people.
This is the result of positive indicators, including the stabilization of new virus cases and the wide availability of vaccines. This important step shows further confidence that Las Vegas is ready to safely welcome visitors and host large gatherings, including conventions and meetings.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority (LVCVA) will move to local counties on May 1, and Clark County officials have received state approval for their local mitigation plan. Some of the measures outlined will be implemented on May 1st and the restrictions will be lifted completely when 60 percent of the population has started the vaccination process. Currently, approximately 46 percent of Nevadans have started the vaccination process.
The highlights of Clark County’s plan are as follows: