By Associated Press - Monday, June 15, 2020

LAS VEGAS (AP) - Long lines were already forming Monday morning ahead of the reopening of Nevada DMV offices.

KLAS-TV in Las Vegas reports people began lining up hours before Department of Motor Vehicle offices were set to open their doors.

DMV offices in the state have been closed for nearly three months to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.

Now under new guidelines, offices will maintain 50% capacity. Employees will be practicing social distancing.

DMV officials are allowing only people severely impacted by the closures to access services for the first 30 days after the reopening. These include people who have a driver’s license suspension, no valid form of ID or a newly-purchased vehicle with no license plates.

A driver’s license or other DMV document that has an expiration date from March 16 through July 14 will get an automatic extension.

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