From the first cheers on Fremont Street at 12:01 a.m. Thursday to the quiet hum of traffic at midnight Friday, Review-Journal photographers captured the reawakening of Las Vegas.
Las Vegas casinos are ushering in guests eager to try their luck today, 78 days after resorts were closed because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Elon Musk’s untested transportation model is being eyed to extend from the convention center to serve Wynn Resorts’ Encore property and Resorts World on the north end of the Strip.
Nevada is entering Phase Two of its plan to reopen the state economy with new guidelines for gatherings at church services and the reopening of more businesses.
Signs of casino reopenings started to appear Wednesday on the Las Vegas Strip as MGM Resorts International and other companies prepared to begin operations again.
Airlines and airports are taking steps to convince the traveling public that flying is no more dangerous than going to the grocery store.
Work has continued on the resort throughout the coronavirus pandemic.
Three major casino companies will begin testing their Las Vegas employees Thursday for COVID-19 before they return to work.
Signs of life are beginning to spring back up across the Las Vegas Valley after two months of being shuttered because of the coronavirus pandemic.
An MGM Resorts spokeswoman said, “MGM Resorts is updating many of our offerings as we prepare to welcome guests back, and that includes implementing free parking.”