Team Noble Coronavirus Updates & Information
Team Noble provides masks & hand sanitizer for those who need them.
Please make an appointment so we can keep at the 50% capacity currently required.
March 18, 2020
To Our Team Noble Family From The President Of Noble Home Loans, Brad Malkin:
Like you, we are monitoring the latest news on Coronavirus and how to combat it. We also want to be here to serve our community in every way possible. That’s why we’re keeping offices fully staffed. However, we want to adhere to recommendations that will keep this virus from spreading, so we’ve put together some informational items for you and your family so you can do the same.
Firstly, click here for a link to the latest from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC).
Secondly, below are two charts that explain how social distancing can help us all curb this virus:
(Please feel free to share these charts with friends, family, and on your social media platforms.)
So, in the spirit of social distancing, please know that Team Noble is prepared to work electronically & remotely in an effort to keep you and your families from having to leave home. Even as things open again, we’re happy to work with you in the way you feel most comfortable.
If you have questions, our staff is ready to take your calls and emails. We will also be happy to schedule a video conference meeting if you prefer.
Phone: 702.869.8790 | Toll Free: 888.216.0903
Together, our community can get through this.
Please take care of yourselves and reach out anytime.
We will respond quickly and always be here as you need.
UPDATES: Nevada Covid-19 Information:
UPDATE September 9, 2020
Restaurant bar and counter service resumes today in Las Vegas (if serving food).
FDA list of hand sanitizers consumers should NOT use.
Updated Covid-19 testing site list for Las Vegas.
UPDATE August 21, 2020
(Please note older entries may contain outdated information)
Information from the USPS on election mail/voting for the 2020 elections.
UPDATE August 4, 2020
Governor Steve Sisolak announced last night that the restrictions on bars and taverns in certain Nevada counties must remain closed until assessments are done and action plans are finalized under the new target enforcement plan. As of this posting, the counties includes Clark, Washoe, Elko and Nye.
UPDATE July 28, 2020
Governor Steve Sisolak announced last night that bars in certain Nevada counties must close for at least another week in order to help stem the spread of COVID-19 in Nevada.
He also laid out changes to how Nevada determines ways to move forward.
Making travel plans? Here is a map of global restrictions to know before you go (note: please verify no changes have been made to map since original post):
UPDATE July 9, 2020
Today, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak announced that bars in certain Nevada counties must close as of 11:59 p.m. Friday, July 10, to help stem the spread of COVID-19 in Nevada.
The Governor’s decision was informed by the latest COVID-19 case data, advice from national and state medical experts, and business noncompliance reports compiled since Emergency Directive 024 went into place on June 26.
UPDATE July 2, 2020
From GovernorSisolak: To best protect public health and safety, Nevada will remain in Phase 2 of the Nevada United: Roadmap to Recovery plan, through the end of July.
UPDATE June 25, 2020
Masks mandated to be worn in public places, including private businesses. Team Noble will have masks available for clients who require one. Click the link below for more information.
UPDATE June 17, 2020
Governor Sisolak keeps Nevada in Phase II for the near-term.
Sports fields and city pools are now re-opened. Click below for reservation numbers and hours.
UPDATE June 9, 2020
Governor Sisolak signed an emergency directive allowing schools to reopen for learning and activities, while implementing protocols aimed at keeping students and staff safe.
UPDATE May 27, 2020
List of openings for Phase II:
CLICK HERE – businesses
CLICK HERE – restaurants
UPDATE May 16, 2020
Official announcement on Vegas business openings by date:
UPDATE April 15, 2020:
Check status of your stimulus check with the Treasury Department & IRS free web app:
UPDATE April 8, 2020:
Nevadans interested in mail/absentee ballots can make a one-time request for PERMANENT mail ballots for all future elections:
Hospitality Industry Relief Dashboard (links for industry workers in the US & Canada):
UPDATE March 25:
City of Las Vegas call center for questions about city services during the shutdown:
(702) 229-2273 | 7 a.m. – 5:30 p.m. Monday – Thursday
For specific questions and answers about Covid-19, call the SNHD information line:
(702) 759-4636) | 7 Days A Week: 7 A.M. – 7 P.M.
CCSD ‘Learning Line’ to assist students /families transitioning to online learning:
(702) 799-6644 | Monday – Friday: 8 A.M. – 4 P.M.
Links to Nevada public services that are available/enhanced during shutdown:
Nevada Dept. Of Health & Human Services Covid-19 analytics dashboard:
United Way of Southern Nevada assistance links & interactive map:
List of companies looking for new employees in Las Vegas:
Schools providing breakfast & lunch to students:
Seniors – Catholic Charities Meals on Wheels Program
702-385-2662 or CLICK HERE
CDC Coronavirus en Español
McCarran Int’l. Airport arrivals/departures:
Airline ticket change policies:
Apply for online library card: