Downtown Restaurants, Retail May Temporarily Extend Business To Sidewalk
Effective immediately, the city of Las Vegas will allow downtown restaurants and retail establishments, which are operating under *Phases 1 and 2 of the governor’s orders, to provide outdoor dining and sidewalk sales on a temporary basis in downtown Las Vegas. View the map of the sidewalk retail and dining boundaries; it can also be found at lasvegasnevada.gov/coronavirus.
Governor Sisolak announced Phase 1 of Nevada’s re-opening plan will commence 12:01am Saturday, May 9, 2020. This directive with details will be signed by the Governor soon. All directives are online at: https://nvhealthresponse.nv.gov/news-resources/governor-directives-and-declarations/
The Association’s Restaurant Law Center, working with legal experts from Jackson Lewis, P.C., answers many of the most commonly asked questions about temperature checks, HIPAA liability and doctor’s notes for returning to work after illness.
April 17, 2020. Reno, Nev. The Environmental Health Services division of the Washoe County Health District (WCHD) will resume conducting routine inspections as staff resources become available from the COVID-19 response.
The U.S. Small Business Administration has release the Paycheck Protection Program Report, providing a breakdown of approval on various industries as of 4/13/20. View Report
Applies to businesses with less than 500 to provide paid leave to employees who have been employed for 30 calendar days. Purpose: The employee is unable to work/telework because the employee's child’s school or family’s place of care is closed, or the child’s usual care provider is unable to due to a COVID-19 related public health emergency.
The FFCRA requires an employer with fewer than 500 employees to provide up to 80 hours of paid sick leave to employees affected by COVID-19 (Nothing to do with regular Paid time off). No eligibility requirements - immediately upon hire.
On April 1st, the city of Las Vegas announced that businesses with an existing alcohol license and a food service license can deliver alcohol with food orders.
The City of Henderson announced that they will allow restaurants and bars to sell alcohol for curbside pickup on a temporary basis.