Nevada to end all social distancing and capacity restrictions on June 1

| By Robert Fletcher
The Nevada Gaming Control Board has announced that all remaining social distancing and capacity limit novel coronavirus (Covid-19) restrictions in the US state will be withdrawn from June 1.

Casinos across the state will be able to operate in line with their usual capacity limits, while customers will not be required to social distance while on the gaming floor of a casino.

The Board noted that if the status of the spread of Covid-19 in Nevada were to change and the state were to reintroduce measures, then the restrictions could return.

The most recent data released by Nevada’s government showed the state recorded 227 new cases of Covid-19 yesterday (May 26), with the seven-day average at 219, the lowest level since mid-June last year.

Earlier this month, certain casinos in Las Vegas, Nevada were permitted to return to full capacity, with social distancing measures on the gaming floor also eased.

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