Nevada Gov. On Tuesday, Steve Sisolak signed a law that would limit the responsibility of employers who follow the COVID-19 protocol and create additional worker protection in the state. The bill passed both the state assembly and the Senate on August 5 with votes of 31-10 and 16-5, respectively.
S.B. 4 requires the Nevada Department of Health and Human Services to establish minimum cleaning standards for public housing in Las Vegas and several other areas of the state. The bill also prescribes the department to adopt statutory requirements for public housing facilities in certain counties in order to reduce and prevent the transmission of COVID-19 and to enforce such regulations. The law also authorizes the Nevada Gaming Control Board to require casinos under its domain to submit written copies of its COVID-1
The legislation also grants immunity to certain companies, government entities and not profits from civil liability for personal injury or death resulting from exposure to COVID-19 if the activity has "met the control of health protection standards" and is retroactive to March 12, 2020, runs published July 1, 2023.
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