The act of entering a local casino — put your right wrist up, pull your mask down, look at that camera, stand on that dot — is playing out like a game of the COVID hokeypokey.
The newly mandated mask policy in Nevada seemed to be grasped quickly Saturday by those visiting the Las Vegas Strip.
Casinos will find out Friday if the state’s new mask mandate is a deal-breaker for some gamblers. While some tourists have been staunchly against mandated masks, others welcome the stricter policy.
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.
Las Vegas’ McCarran International Airport saw a 96 percent decrease in passenger volume in April amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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.
Analysts say top Democratic donor Stephen J. Cloobeck’s commitment improves the chances of recalling the Las Vegas mayor.
“We’ll see some great rates at hotels; we’ll see airfare sales,” travel expert Gabe Saglie said.
City, state and national tourism leaders cheered on the battered hospitality industry Tuesday, celebrating National Travel and Tourism Week on the Strip with a “red takeover.”