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LAS VEGAS, NEVADA - MAY 09: Owner Nicholas Sord wears a mask and gloves while patrons dine at his Sunny Side Up restaurant in Boca Park Fashion Village as some businesses that were closed seven weeks ago to fight the spread of the coronavirus are allowed to reopen on May 9, 2020 in Las Vegas, Nevada. On Thursday, Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak announced that under his Phase One reopening plan, the state would be allowing dine-in restaurants, hair and nail salons, some retail stores and other nonessential businesses to reopen today with strict social-distancing guidelines and occupancy restrictions in place. All employees who interact with the public are required to wear face coverings. Gaming establishments, including all hotel-casinos, are not reopening in Phase One. (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)

Restaurants, hair salons and some of the other Nevada businesses that closed or had their operations reduced under state-imposed restrictions to slow the spread of the coronavirus were able to reopen Saturday or once again allow customers inside their establishments. Gov. Steve Sisolak on Thursday had said restaurants, salons and other nonessential businesses could reopen Saturday with limited capacity. He said hospitalization rates and positive tests had stabilized. Sisolak ordered the closures on March 17. The state reported over 300 deaths from the coronavirus outbreak as of Saturday with over 6,000 cases of COVID-19.