LAS VEGAS (KLAS) – When Nevada began phase 2 of reopening the business after closing COVID-19, Governor Steve Sisolak paid attention to guidelines for travelers heading to Nevada casinos.
In a Nevada Health Response news release on Friday, Sisolak reminded travelers about state guidelines and stressed that Nevada strongly discourages people who are still recovering from COVID-19 to come to the state. People diagnosed as positive and people who show symptoms should not head to Nevada, according to the release.
If you are planning a trip, visit www.nvhealthresponse.nv.gov/nevada-united/ to learn more about Phase 2 guidelines and limitations. Additionally, the CDC guidelines and travel restrictions for travelers from several countries still apply.
Officials realize that symptoms may not appear until the travelers have begun their trip, and suggest:
If you are traveling in Nevada and experience symptoms (fever, cough, shortness of breath):
Continue to live in the quarantine location that you specify, avoid contact with others, and contact your health care provider for further instructions on care or testing. health care provider. If you feel you need medical treatment, call before you come in and let them know about your travel history. If you need urgent medical care (e.g., having difficulty breathing), call 9-1-1 and notify the person sending your travel history). For more information, visit nvhealthresponse.nv.gov.
“Nevada is entering phase 2 of the reopening and our gaming properties are on track to reopen on June 4, because we are gradually and carefully returning to new normal, while continuing to take strong mitigation measures against COVID-19,” said Sisolak.
“Nevada is a major travel destination, and will always be a warm and friendly place for visitors. We have a strong system to help protect Nevadans and our visitors, but continue to urge all those who have tested positive and have not recovered or who are showing symptoms to avoid traveling to the country today. We hope to welcome all travelers who love Nevada as much as we do in the safest and most responsible way. ”
If you travel to Nevada, protect yourself and others during your trip by following the CDC guidelines:
Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth. Avoid close contact with other people. Keep a 6 foot physical distance from others. Use face coverings in public. Protect coughing and sneezing.
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