Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak followed through on a threat made Monday: If people don’t practice social distancing, he’ll tighten restrictions.
Vail Resorts’ Northstar ski resort was taken to court late last year after regulars were told they’d have to pay to park. One plaintiff recently prevailed against the company in small claims court.
The Washoe County Health District continues to be tight-lipped with information about COVID-19. Reno’s mayor is very concerned.
The Nevada Faculty Alliance in mid-March petitioned Nevada’s Board of Regents for immediate redress of what it said was a toxic and fear-ridden environment at TMCC.
Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak last week banned gatherings of more than 10 people. Today he went a step further: You must now stay at home if you are a nonessential worker.
Reno nonprofit the Reno Initiative For Shelter and Equality today was approved by the Washoe Board of County Commissioners to operate a 114-bed women’s shelter called Our Place.
Another lawsuit has been filed against the Washoe County School District. It is the latest complaint against WCSD that alleges the mishandling of legal and personnel issues.
A death rate of 35 people per day is anticipated April 17 with total COVID-19 deaths in Nevada projected to be more than 800 people by May 20, 2020.