After Governor Steve Sisolak ordered the closure of all gaming operations and urged other non-essential businesses to do the same for 30 days, some businesses have decided to stay open.
Little Darlings, a strip club in Las Vegas is one of the non-essential businesses that remains open. 8 News NOW reached out to them, and the club sent the following statement:
“I’m not sure what the problem is, but Little Darlings is abiding by all Social Distancing Guidelines suggested by the government. As a fixture in Las Vegas for 30 years, we will remain open and continue to offer nude dancing. For those guests who request further separation, we will be offering drive thru strip shows starting tomorrow. America is a free country, and strippers will continue to be a part of the fabric of American life.”
Guests who are interested in “further separation” will be able to view drive-thru strip shows starting on Friday, Mar. 20.
“And on Saturday, we will be launching our new feature show at midnight, XXX Nude Hand Sanitizer Wrestling,” Carlson added.
The strip club said America remains a free country, with strippers as a “fabric of American life.”
Carlson explained that “the world cannot stop turning for a cold.”
According to the Nevada Health Response COVID-19 Risk Mitigation Initiative, Little Darlings was classified as “non-essential.”