The Clark County Commissioners and the Clark County Health Department issued a county-wide “Stay At Home Order” on Friday
afternoon, April 3. The order goes into effect at 8:00am on Monday, April 6, and will be in force until 8:00am on April 30, until extended, rescinded or amended.
Residents may leave their homes for essential activities including, but not limited to, those related to health and safety, procurement of necessary food, medicine and supplies, outdoor activity (while maintaining social distancing), religious services (while maintaining social distancing). See the entire document below for details.
Non-essential businesses must cease operations.
To read the complete order, click here: STAY AT HOME ORDER
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Clark County Issues Stay at Home Order
Posted by NEMOnews.net on Friday, April 3, 2020