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On May 4, , elective surgeries resumed in the state. On April 7, , Sisolak announced that California would loan 50 ventilators to Nevada through May 1. As of April 26, , approximately , Nevada residents had filed for unemployment benefits, setting a record that was twice as many as the number during the Great Recession. In an interview on April 23, , Goodman again said the closure should be ended. Sisolak said, "Millions of visitors from our fellow Western states travel to Nevada every year as a premier tourism destination, and this partnership will be vital to our immediate recovery and long-term economic comeback. In addition, all non-essential travel of Eureka County employees was suspended indefinitely. Police, fire, and healthcare services continued as well. Although he appreciated the testing items, he said they "are not nearly the volume necessary for us to perform the desired amount of testing that we want and our citizens want. 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On April 30, , Sisolak expressed his hope to have the state move into phase one by May 15, Casinos would not be included in the phase-one reopening, and Sisolak said that the Nevada Gaming Control Board would be responsible for decisions about when such businesses could reopen. On March 31, Sisolak requested U. Sisolak also issued a day extension on expiration dates related to driver's licenses and other DMV documents. The parking lot sleeping arrangement caused controversy as to why the homeless could not be sheltered elsewhere, such as the closed hotel resorts in the city. You could never expect a surge in claims anything like what we're dealing with right now. On April 28, , Sisolak announced that medical and dental procedures, postponed because of the coronavirus, would be able to resume soon, with special conditions in place to help protect patients from the virus. Most of them would be stationed in Las Vegas, where they would set up alternate care facilities, help with food banks , and provide medical support. Retailers and marijuana dispensaries would be allowed to offer curbside pick-up, while churches could offer drive-in services. The lawsuit also named Clark County Commissioner Marilyn Kirkpatrick and other state officials as defendants.{/INSERTKEYS}{/PARAGRAPH} On April 15, , UNLV Medicine announced plans to work with the National Guard to expand its testing operation, increasing from to tests per day. The group protested against Sisolak for "his failure to follow President Donald Trump's call to enact a plan to reopen the country, specifically Nevada. Guidelines were issued for construction sites, stating that workers' health be checked daily and that they stay six feet apart, and that meetings be kept to no more than 10 people. Casinos began reopening on June 4, The patient, a man in his 50s, recently traveled to Washington state and lives in Las Vegas. On March 26, , Clark County and two cities within it β€” Las Vegas and Henderson β€” started allowing restaurants to sell alcohol through a temporary permit. Stand-alone retailers would be allowed to reopen in phase one, with employees and customers having to wear facial coverings. On May 6, , former professional poker player Doug Polk filed a notice of intent to start a recall effort against Goodman, following her controversial comments. The permit only applied to restaurants with bars, and was only valid for patrons who placed food orders for curbside pick-up. Others say, 'Hey, we have to get rid of it. Nevada launched the first phase of its reopening on May 9, Restaurants, retailers, outdoor malls, and hair salons were among the businesses allowed to reopen, but with precautions in place, such as limiting occupancy to 50 percent. On April 1, , Sisolak extended the closure of schools and non-essential businesses through the end of the month, in accordance with new federal guidelines issued by the White House Coronavirus Task Force. At the end of March , Sisolak announced a day moratorium on evictions and foreclosures for commercial and residential tenants. More than 3, residents of southern Nevada had been tested up to that time. As of June 3, , 8, positive cases and deaths have been reported in the state. Goodman also said that she had previously suggested the idea of Las Vegas becoming a control group to test the effectiveness of social distancing. Golf courses, as well as tennis and pickleball courts, would also be allowed to reopen. This is also not the time to evict small business owners who have been hit by the economic fallout of this pandemic. Sisolak was the latest U. Bars, concert venues, malls, nightclubs, and large sporting events would remain closed as well during phase one. Instead, white boxes were painted on the parking lot surface, indicating where homeless people would sleep while maintaining social distancing of six feet. At the time of the announcement, Sisolak had a percent approval rating for his handling of the pandemic, while Goodman had a percent rating. Kennedy in Goodman opposed the length of Sisolak's shutdown order and instead called for a closure of 8 to 10 days, saying that Las Vegas could not survive beyond that. Goodman's interview sparked wide criticism over her idea, which had been rejected. On April 24, , conservative radio host Wayne Allyn Root organized a vehicle caravan through Las Vegas to protest Sisolak's closure of businesses. Some of the developers out there are upset. Approximately vehicles participated in the protest. The county's health officer said that there were many residents who were not taking the coronavirus seriously. This department has never received the funding that it should have received. He also restricted religious gatherings of 10 people or more. On April 14, , Sisolak announced that an additional members of the National Guard would join the coronavirus efforts. On March 16, , Nevada reported its first death from the coronavirus: a man in his 60s, from Las Vegas. Various protests were held against Sisolak's shutdown order beginning in April Las Vegas mayor Carolyn Goodman was also critical of the shutdown and its length, urging Sisolak to reopen the state. Up to that time, several rural counties had urged Sisolak to quickly reopen the state's economy, particularly in areas that had low populations with fewer cases of coronavirus. Sisolak was unable to provide a date for when phase one could be implemented. It was the first such site in the Las Vegas Valley to offer tests regardless of whether or not people had any symptoms. Testing was done by appointment only, and the facility saw high demand from residents seeking a test. Some hotel and casino owners are very upset with it. On April 27, , Sisolak announced that Nevada had joined the Western States Pact , a group of neighboring states working together on how to proceed with reopening. On April 29, , Sisolak extended his stay-at-home order until May He said that coronavirus cases and deaths had leveled out, although he did not expect to reopen casinos until phase three or four, neither of which had a firm date set. In addition, Sisolak activated the Nevada National Guard to help deliver medical supplies. {PARAGRAPH}{INSERTKEYS}Four days later, Nevada reported its first death. On April 20, , the Pahrump Justice Court and the Fifth Judicial District Court were closed for at least 10 and 14 days respectively, after a court employee tested positive for coronavirus. On May 11, , Sisolak declared a fiscal state of emergency. On April 13, , Humboldt County reported its first death: a man in his 40s. On March 29, , Sisolak announced a day moratorium on evictions and foreclosures for commercial and residential tenants, saying, "This is not the time to put people out on the streets. Other conditions needed for the phase-one reopening would be additional COVID testing and the use of contact tracing. He said that schools would remain closed through the spring, while businesses would not reopen until the state experienced a day decline in new coronavirus cases and hospitalizations. On March 13, , the Eighth District Court and the Nevada Supreme Court implemented changes in order to protect people from infection. On April 6, , Sisolak called National Guard members to service, [73] and Tonopah, Nevada reported its first coronavirus case. Sisolak's directive advised Nevada residents to wear facial coverings while in public. The lawsuit, in part, accused Sisolak of abusing his power and violating constitutional rights with his business closures. 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Nevada became the 24th state to do so because of the pandemic. It was the first coronavirus death to occur in northern Nevada. Polk believed that Goodman "failed to responsibly represent her constituency" and demonstrated a "clear disregard" for public health. Representative Dina Titus , from Nevada's 1st congressional district , also criticized Goodman's idea and warned against opening up too soon, saying that Goodman should listen to scientists and healthcare specialists and "stop talking about my constituents as though they're guinea pigs in some grand experiment that she's trying to conduct. On March 17, , Sisolak ordered all non-essential businesses closed for 30 days, starting on March 18, in order to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. 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