Nevada state governor Steve Sisolak decided on Monday to suspend the reopening of productive activities on the territory, while that of Arizona, Doug Ducey, will shut down facilities such as bars and gyms in the face of increasing cases of coronavirus in the United States United States.
In a statement, Sisolak stated that “he will sign an emergency policy that extends the second phase until the end of July” and justifies his decision on “trends in COVID-19 infection rates”.
He also explained that the break aims to provide the “necessary” time to “broaden contact tracking to spot trends” and also to monitor the impact of the decree on the use of a mask in public.
With this in mind, his office has stated that Sisolak “will not hesitate to take the necessary measures to protect the public and avoid over-serving the area’s hospital capacity if the trends in coronavirus infections in Nevada do not improve or worsen . “