Most Las Vegas casino operators said Friday the $2 trillion stimulus bill provides needed relief for the battered hospitality industry.
With casinos across the country temporarily shut down during the coronavirus crisis, operators are facing a period with zero income and a limited supply of cash.
Hotel-casino employees worked toward complying with Gov. Steve Sisolak’s move to close all nonessential Nevada businesses for 30 days in an effort to curb the spread of COVID-19.
Sisolak’s order follows the issuance of executive orders and gaming regulatory decisions to close properties in six other states that offer casino gambling.
Travel spending, including on transportation, hotels and attractions, is projected to fall by $355 billion this year, the group said.
Here’s an updated roundup of the latest changes to Las Vegas casinos.
Las Vegas Sands Corp. employees will be paid while Strip resorts are closed, and the closure “will not impact health care eligibility,” according to a company statement.
As Allegiant Stadium rises from the ground its place in the Las Vegas skyline has come into form.
Visitors depart hours ahead of scheduled shutdowns of the scheduled closures of the Strip megaresorts for several weeks — at least.
Mobster Bugsy Siegel opened the Flamingo Hotel Casino on Dec. 26, 1946. Take a look back at some of the Flamingo’s history in photos.