Golden Road, a two-lane highway between Reno and Las Vegas, has reopened to traffic after an eight-day lockdown due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The closure of the highway began in late November and lasted through early December.
The highway, which was shut down for more than two weeks, has been reopened to all traffic since.
The roads in and around Reno, Las Vegas and the Las Vegas Strip were closed on the following days.
Traffic was diverted on the Golden Road for a week to allow for testing for the virus, which can cause a fever, headache and muscle aches.
The Nevada Department of Transportation said in a statement on Monday that Golden Road reopened on January 10.
Trails along the Golden were reopened in late January, and in late February the highway was opened to motor vehicles.
The state reopened the Golden in early March after the highway reopened to vehicles for a few weeks.