Nevada, New Mexico renew restrictions; Kentucky requires masks starting Friday; Oregon reports largest daily case count

Christel Deskins

Some bars in Nevada will be closing again Friday amid a surge in COVID-19 infections, and Kentucky will join the growing list of states that require face coverings in public.

There’s another significant change in Nevada: Restaurants can no longer serve parties more than six people and must close their bar areas, Gov. Steve Sisolak said. 

Meanwhile, in New Mexico, indoor dining at restaurants and breweries will be restricted again starting Monday and Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham halted high school sports and said state parks will be closed to out-of-state residents.

Here are some recent developments:

  • Caesars Entertainment employees must get tested by the end of next week or else they will not be scheduled to work, says the company.

  • A dog in Texas is the first animal in the state to have the virus that causes COVID-19.

  • The NBA bubble is taking shape at Disney World. Here’s how it’s

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Willy Urias

TechnologyA weblog for Small Enterprise Consultants and the distributors who serve them. Technology itself has no agency: it’s the choices people make about it that form the world. Thus the techlash is a mandatory step in the adoption of necessary new technologies. At its best, it helps body how society comes to terms with improvements and imposes rules and policies that restrict their destructive potential (seat belts, catalytic converters and traffic regulations), accommodate change (common education as a response to industrialisation) or strike a commerce-off (between the comfort of experience-hailing and the safety of gig-staff). Healthy scepticism means that these questions are settled by a broad debate, not by a coterie of technologists.

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