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Clark County is dropping all of its pandemic mandates on June 1, unanimously voting today to abandon restrictions as federal and state guidelines have relaxed with the widespread distribution of the COVID vaccine. That means no requirements on capacity limits, physical distancing or mask mandates. The vote also removes the benchmark the county set ...

Las Vegas-area lawmakers end local virus rules as of June 1

Clark County is dropping all of its pandemic mandates on June 1, unanimously voting today to abandon restrictions as federal and state guidelines have relaxed with the widespread distribution of the COVID vaccine. That means no requirements on capacity limits, physical distancing or mask mandates. The vote also removes the benchmark the county set ...

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