LAS VEGAS, NV (KTNV) — With many businesses shut down and health officials asking people to exercise social distancing, what does this exactly mean?

People are spread out at Mountain’s Edge Regional Park, getting some fresh air as they try to keep their distance.

“Anytime we see anybody getting too close, move away, move to a different part of the park, just find something else to do so the kids stay safe,” Taylor McDonald, who lives in Las Vegas, said.

It’s a new reality to prevent the spread of coronavirus. Health officials encouraging social distancing and having people stay home as much as possible. That’s what these electronic billboards are encouraging people to do.

“I think it’s really important that we curb the infections across the state, and we want to help out and we wanted to play our part and help out,” Jeremie Watkins, co-founder of Kre8 Media Outdoor Advertising, said.

He re-purposed his business by having five trucks driving all around the valley spreading Governor Steve Sisolak’s message.

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