Nevada Faces Financial Crisis Due to Pandemic

Las Vegas Bankruptcy Lawyer and Staff on 4/13/2020 write: Nevada Coronavirus, impact on economy.
                The spread of coronavirus is affecting almost everyone on earth, however, three states have been deemed the most economically vulnerable to the effects of coronavirus. Oxford Economics deemed Nevada the second most vulnerable, behind Maine and before Vermont.  That type of a financial forecast is sure to scare.
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In Nevada Coronavirus has crippled economy. Residents and Businesses of Vegas impacted.

Oxford Economics analyzed a number of factors to calculate economic vulnerability to the spread of coronavirus. States with older populations, those that rely on retail activity, and states with many small businesses were factors contributing to economic vulnerability. Additionally, reliance on tourism is another factor that Nevada obviously faces. Tourist attractions such as:  Casinos, Clubs, Shows, and restaurants that visitors usually flock to would be closed to the public even if they wanted in.

Stay at Home Order for Nevada Coronavirus

                Nevadans are currently under a stay-at-home order that will remain in effect until at least April 30, 2020. So far, there have been 2,836 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the state. The death toll for Nevada is currently 114 people. As of April 12, 2020, the recovery rate of COVID-19 cases in Clark County was 44.23%. The recovery rate for cases in Washoe County was 13.23%.

                Many employees of hotels on the strip have been laid off or furloughed. Some entertainment mainstays such as Cirque du Soleil are considering bankruptcy. Even when businesses reopen, it will be a while before tourists internationally have the disposable income to visit Las Vegas. Due to vast losses from businesses being closed, which will continue indefinitely, Nevada can expect an influx of bankruptcy filings from individuals and businesses alike.  The Nevada Dept of Tourism will really need to rally to get things back to Pre COVID-19 times.

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