Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-07-27 19:07:09 –
Carson City (KTNV) — Today Emergency Directive 045 (Signed and effective May 3, 2021), Nevada has automatically adopted the latest Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidance related to mask requirements.But the country issued Emergency Directive 047 It will provide a grace period until 12:01 am on July 30 for the new Maskman Date to take effect in affected counties throughout the state.
With the announcement to the media CDC recommended Everyone, including fully vaccinated individuals, should wear a mask in a public indoor environment in a county with substantial or high infection rates.
Based on the latest CDC dataTwelve of the 17 counties in Nevada are currently considered to have substantial or high infection rates. This includes Carson, Churchill, Clark, Douglas, Elco, Esmeralda, Lincoln, Lyon, Minerals, Nai, Washoe and White Pine.
Eureka, Humboldt, and Lander counties are listed as medium, while Pershing and Story counties have low transmission rates at the time of the latest CDC update.
To enable county communities and businesses with significant or long transmission times to implement new requirements, Governor Sisorak today Emergency Directive 047, This allows you to implement a new state mask mandate with a three-day grace period. That is, the update from the CDC on Tuesday will officially take effect on July 30, 2021. Change as soon as possible.
This update is due to the fact that the Delta variant now accounts for the majority of new cases. The Delta variant is much more contagious than previous strains and has been shown to spread more than twice as easily from one person to another.
In addition, the new CDC Mask Guidance issued today includes universal masking recommendations for all teachers, staff, students, and school visitors from kindergarten to high school, regardless of vaccination status. I did.
State authorities, including the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services, are discussing reopening policies and face coverings for staff and students with local school districts.Grace period provided by Emergency Directive 047 State, including a thorough assessment of recently published CDC recommendations and how to align with feedback from ongoing conversations about the need to keep children and educators safe as community adoption grows. And reserve time for ongoing conversations between school district leaders.
State signed in early May Emergency Directive 045 “Individuals who are not exempt from Directive 024, Directive 028, or guidance issued by the Nevada Department of Health Response, use a mask or face cover to cover their nose and mouth in a manner consistent with the current guidance issued by the CDC. Must be covered. Subsequent guidance issued by the CDC. “To be on the safe side, this does not apply to participants in” specific activities or events, including but not limited to athletes, performers and musicians. ” Emergency Directive 047 Keep all these same rules in place.
Private sectors and organizations may have more restrictive mask policies than CDC or county guidance. Employees should consult with their employer about the COVID-19 safety protocol in the workplace.
Nevada continues to encourage all residents and visitors to be vaccinated as soon as possible. All three vaccines are safe and effective, and Nevadans over the age of 12 are encouraged to be vaccinated as soon as possible.Move to NVCOVIDFighter.org Alternatively, call 1-800-401-0946 for the latest information on booking and walk-in availability.
As of July 27, Clark County received a total dose of 2,128,937 COVID-19 vaccines. Additional vaccine updates for Clark County are:
- Vaccination initiated: 1,234,064
- Overall: 53.23%
- 18+: 66.34%
- 12+: 60.91%
- Completed vaccination: 993,726
- Overall: 42.87%
- 18+: 54.18%
- 12+ 48.76%