Moapa Valley Covid 19 Information

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The Moapa Valley Chamber of Commerce is committed to providing information for residents, businesses and visitors about the Covid 19 Pandemic. 

This page will be updated as we receive more information from Federal, State, County and Local authorities.

Please bookmark this page for easy access to new updates. 

Scroll down for more information from the Centers for Disease Control, Covid 19 Testing Information, Covid 19 Self Checker, Guidance for Businesses, Local Covid 19 Business Mitigation Plans, and Articles about Covid 19.

CDC Guidelines and Information

Your best resource for the most up to date information is the CDC. Please the CDC Website to stay up to date with the latest CDC Guidelines about Covid 19

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Covid 19 Testing

For the most up to date information about testing available in Moapa Valley, please visit the Southern Nevada Health District Website . This website will provide you with several testing options available in your area. 

As we learn about Testing Locations in the Moapa Valley area, we will post them on the Moapa Valley Event Calendar.

Covid 19 Self Checker

The purpose of the Coronavirus Self-Checker is to help you make decisions about seeking appropriate medical care. This system is not intended for the diagnosis or treatment of disease or other conditions, including COVID-19.

This project was made possible through a partnership with the CDC Foundation and is enabled by Microsoft’s Azure platform. CDC’s collaboration with a non-federal organization does not imply an endorsement of any one particular service, product, or enterprise.

Click HERE to use the Covid 19 Self Checker. 

Guidance for Businesses and Permitted Facilities

The Southern Nevada Health District is providing these guidance documents to assist industry as facilities and businesses begin to resume operations or prepare to open under the Governor’s Roadmap to Recovery Plan. The following documents include public health practices that are recommended not only for prevention of the spread of COVID-19 but also for other potential hazards that result from facilities being closed.

These documents are subject to change as more information becomes available and feedback is received. If a document has been updated, the date of the update will be indicated and any changes to the guidance will be highlighted within the document.

All businesses must comply with the Governor’s directives and executive orders. Go to for current executive orders and directives. 

View Southern Nevada Health District Website Guidance for Businesses and Permitted Facilities.

Local Businesses Covid Mitigation Plans

Most local businesses are currently open with COVID Compliance Mandates in place to ensure the safest conditions while remaining open for service.

All local businesses are actively practicing COVID mandates that require the wearing of masks and encouraging social distancing as much as possible, many with spaced out floor decals or markers for people to easily see and stand upon.

They are also complying with limitations on the number of customers allowed inside to ensure safer conditions.
Businesses are also providing hand sanitizers and free disposable masks for those needing to use them while inside of the business.
Restaurants have blocked off or removed tables to ensure customers are safely distanced while eating and currently require reservations while restricting groups to no more than 4 people at any table.
McDonalds is continuing to provide drive through service, and limited walk in service is TO GO only with no inside dining at all.
All restaurants are also complying with cleaning guidelines between customers for best safety & prevention practices, plus offering TO GO orders and curbside delivery.
Many businesses have installed plexiglass partitions to limit person to person contact and still others are continuing to offer online ordering and curbside delivery for those desiring to limit personal contact even more. 
State Agencies, like the Lost City Museum continue to be closed due to current State mandates.
Please contact individual businesses to learn more about their Covid 19 Protocols. 

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