Tourists from across the United States are planning their return to Sin City.
Experts say the transparency is just another way companies can reassure guests and employees that their facilities are safe enough to return to. But, ultimately, only the number of people who end up inside the reopened resorts will show whether that reassurance is enough.
Be it a trickle of interest or downpour of support, how tourists and locals respond to casinos opening will determine the town’s bottom line.
Guests won’t have to wear face coverings, smoking will be allowed and social distancing protocols will be tough to uphold as Nevada gaming tries to get back to normal.
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As phase two of reopening the Las Vegas Valley continues, splash pads, public pools and tattoo parlors are among the places opening for use this weekend.
Las Vegas’ hub for theater, ballet, symphony, Broadway shows and educational programs remains dark amid coronavirus pandemic.
A number of Nevadans may likely receive a paycheck from their job before payments from the Department of Employment, Training, and Rehabilititon as more businesses start reopening their doors
Casino operators have enhanced their health and safety plans in recent months, with some installing thermal cameras at entrances to try to detect patrons with fevers.