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.”
“We’ll see some great rates at hotels; we’ll see airfare sales,” travel expert Gabe Saglie said.
MGM Resorts has terminated positions heading up esports, marketing and advertising.
MGM Resorts International has reportedly laid off several high-level executives in sweeping moves Friday, including a quartet of hotel presidents.
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.
For Las Vegas residents and the Strip, experts say, “It’s going to be a long time to get back to what we had at the early part of this year — that ‘normal.’ ”
Most Las Vegas casino operators said Friday the $2 trillion stimulus bill provides needed relief for the battered hospitality industry.