Nevada governor extends state shutdown until end of April, orders all residents to stay at home

Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak (D) ordered residents to stay at home on Wednesday as he extended a statewide closure of schools and nonessential private businesses until the end of April.

A directive issued by the governor orders residents to remain at home unless performing essential tasks such as buying groceries or working at a necessary business, while outdoor recreational activities, such as walking, are also allowed. The directive reportedly does not come with any penalties for disobeying.

Steve Sisolak tweeted

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“Today I formally issued a Stay at Home order & extended all other directives under the State Emergency Declaration, incl. the school, nonessential business & gaming closures.

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