In Nevada, the deadline for closing casinos and other establishments was extended until the end of April

The Governor of the state issued a new decree in connection with the coronavirus pandemic.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, the state of Nevada extended the deadline for closing casinos and other non-mandatory establishments until April 30.

“This Directive serves as a continuation of past directives on closing schools, social distancing, closing institutions and banning public events of more than 10 people, obliging you to stay at home, except in cases of extreme necessity,” said state Governor Steve Sisolak.

Initially, the decree on closing establishments in the state was supposed to be valid for 30 days, starting from March 17.

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