Your March 17 headline, “Tourists take in strange Vegas experience,” could well have read, “Vegas takes in strange tourists.” In a country of 330 million people, there are bound to be a few million who are clueless to current events, and a number of those could well be stopping off in Vegas on their way to Disneyland in Southern California. Once they were tipped off to the country’s current reaction to the coronavirus pandemic, let’s hope they left large tips for those needy workers serving them here.
There were so many instances where one person could have stepped up and prevented this tragedy from ever happening.
Why the run on toilet paper? Does COVID-19 cause digestive problems? Everyone with whom I speak is as puzzled as I am about this.
It’s wonderful to see that someone is paying attention to what our legislators as well as our executives are up to at all levels of government.
Let patrons cover the costs.
Scientists love being at the center of attention.
And other coronavirus-related questions.
Governor should close all nonessential government offices and stop their payrolls.
Those who would have the virus “run its course” were wrong.
An “abundance of caution” is destroying Las Vegas.
We need stronger measures to keep people from going out.