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This week Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak announced that he was extending his order to keep the state's casinos closed through at least April 30th in an attempt to stop the spread of Covid-19.
The order was initially enacted for 30 days beginning on March 17th, and will now be extended out through April 30th. The closure will be enforced by the Nevada Gaming Control Board, who says that they'll continue to do so until the governor lifts the order mandating the closure.
In addition to the casino closures, all other non-essential businesses in Nevada will also be closed.
We'll update readers as we learn more.