Airlines and airports are taking steps to convince the traveling public that flying is no more dangerous than going to the grocery store.
Gov. Steve Sisolak plans a Tuesday news conference to announce Phase 2 of Nevada’s reopening, which may include casinos reopening on June 4.
The six-member monitoring team, which has cost Wynn Resorts more than $800,000 so far, generally approved the company’s efforts after the 2018 sexual harassment scandal.
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.
A notice to licensed gaming properties released Thursday evening states that restaurants that meet requirements set forth by the Governor’s Office may reopen but must get confirmation from the state Gaming Control Board before they can do so.
“We’ll see some great rates at hotels; we’ll see airfare sales,” travel expert Gabe Saglie said.
The Culinary union is asking the Nevada Gaming Commission to adopt its standards for health and cleanliness and wants casino reopening plans to be made public.
Wynn Resorts CEO Matt Maddox, the author of a comprehensive plan to open Las Vegas, met with President Donald Trump Wednesday as a participant in a business roundtable.
The state Gaming Control Board could limit the number of people inside a casino at one time, but it probably won’t mandate temperature detectors at entrances.