On November 24, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak made a major play in an attempt to reduce the spread of COVID-19: he reduced capacity for bars, restaurants, nightclubs and even casinos. Many restaurants since this regulation was instituted have opted to close entirely, claiming it's the only chance they may have to stay afloat long term. To help operators stay abreast of all the latest guidelines, we've compiled the latest regulations from Las Vegas government officials.
Yes. As of November 24, restaurant capacity was reduced from 50% to 25% capacity. Absolutely no walk-ins; reservations are required for on-site dining (this excludes fast food restaurants and food courts). No more than four customers are allowed at a table.
Yes. Outdoor dining is also allowed at 25% capacity with no more than four customers allowed at the table. Reservations are required, excluding fast food and food courts.
Yes. Bars as well as casinos are permitted to operate at 25% capacity. Masks are required.
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