Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-07-22 11:39:25 –
Las Vegas (KLAS) — If you need to go to court, you will need to wear a mask after the mask obligations have been reinstated at all court facilities.
“For the health and safety of the general public, you need to wear a face cover that covers your nose and mouth. According to a news release on Wednesday, security while in court and to enter court. You should always wear a face cover while on the screening line.
Mandates are currently valid and you must wear a mask regardless of vaccination status. The order is for the District Court of Justice, the Family Court Building, the District Court Court and Office Space on the 10th and 11th floors of the Phoenix Building, the District Court Court and Office Space of the Graystone Building, and the Clark District Court Office. Affects activities in the space. Place the building.
- All district court judges and employees should cover their nose and mouth with a face cover while working, unless they are alone in an unshared workspace. This includes parking lots, corridors, employee elevators, shared toilets, break rooms, as well as all common areas of the facility.
- All lawyers, vendors, and employees of an organization or body working in a court facility should cover their nose and mouth with a face cover while in the common area of the facility. Common areas include, but are not limited to, security screening and lobby areas. Public elevators, employee elevators, shared back corridors, public toilets, courtrooms. This includes the Las Vegas Court of Justice, the Self-Assistance Center for Legal Assistance, Clark County Secretariat, Clark County District Law Firm, Clark County Civil Service Office, Clark County Juvenile Justice Services Department, and Clark Employees. Not limited to. County Family Services Department, and contract adviser.
- Employees of other organizations or organizations that have space in court facilities follow the policies of their individual employer while in their organization’s workspace.
- Children under the age of 2 and individuals who cannot remove the face cover without assistance do not need to follow the face cover instructions above. Those who cannot wear the face cover will need to arrange for it to appear in another way.
Please refer to Here is a complete executive order..
The face cover should always cover the nose and mouth. Face covers with bent bandanas or face covers made of mesh are not allowed. Face shields can be worn with a mask for added protection, but cannot be worn alone.