Officials are working on plans to reopen Nevada following more than a month of a statewide closure out of concerns for the coronavirus, Gov. Steve Sisolak said Thursday.
While a plan is being devised, Sisolak said there wasn’t enough information to declare a specific date for nonessential businesses to open. At the very minimum, the closure that began March 17 will last through the end of April. He also repeatedly stressed that a reopening of businesses does not equate to an immediate return to normalcy.