NEVADA GOVERNOR CATCHING GRIEF
Clark, Washoe health authorities complain about Sisolak’s directives
The health districts overseeing the state’s two largest counties complained in a letter to Gov. Steve Sisolak that they’ve been shut out of his decision-making process about coronavirus restrictions.
In a scathing joint letter from the Southern Nevada Health District and Washoe County Health District sent to Sisolak’s office Friday, health officials said that not including them in the state’s policy discussions or development of COVID-19 directives has complicated the local response to the virus by forcing them to shift their plans and resources in order to respond to the governor’s changes with little to no notice.
SEE LETTER HERE:
NEVADA GOVERNOR CATCHING GRIEF ABOUT PUBLIC SAFETY
“Since we are not consulted and engaged, we receive little or no advance notice of what these policy changes may be, and we are forced to react after decisions have been made and announcements are occurring,” the letter said.
The letter was signed by SNHD Chief Health Officer Fermin Leguen, Washoe County Health Officer Kevin Dick, Southern Nevada District Board of Health Chairman Scott Black and Washoe County District Board of Health Chairman John Novak.
In a response letter sent Monday night to the local health officials……
DAWG SAYS: MANY PEOPLE IN CHARGE THESE DAYS SIMPLY DO NOT LISTEN TO ANYONE WHO IS NO UST A YES MAN AND COMPLIANT ALL THE TIME.
DIFFERENT NEEDS AND FACTS NOT RELEVANT.