Las Vegas, Nevada 2021-04-27 20:10:20 –
Clark County (KTNV) — Nevada is Clark County COVID-19 mitigation and enforcement plan It may take effect on May 1st.
Clark County Commission Approved the plan on April 20 Starting May 1, we will increase the capacity limit for public meetings to 80% and reduce the social distance requirement from 6 feet to 3 feet.
In addition, currently closed businesses such as night clubs and adult entertainment may be reopened.
The Commissioner has determined that 60% of the eligible population will be vaccinated with the COVID-19 vaccine at least once, removing the capacity and social distance requirements.
Masks are still required in accordance with Section 4 of Directive 24 and Directive 28 of Nevada.
As of Tuesday, the county says that 46.5% of the 1.83 million eligible population (people aged at least 16 years old) have been vaccinated at least once.
Approximately 1,097,955 people in the Las Vegas region need to take at least one shot to reach the 60% threshold.
“Our community has been great about vaccination so far,” said Chairman Marilyn Kirkpatrick.
“If everyone keeps doing that, we can open up the community 100%.”
To register for a vaccination visit snhd.info/covid..