Nevada has issued guidelines on when and where to wear face masks, along with exceptions to those rules, since Gov. Steve Sisolak made them mandatory.
The statewide mandate requiring people to wear a mask in public settings includes all public transportation services in Southern Nevada.
Several police forces in the Las Vegas Valley have adjusted their policies about face masks after Gov. Steve Sisolak required face coverings for all Nevadans in public.
It was a hot, sunny morning in VegasVille on Thursday. We know this because a tuxedoed, masked Phantom of the Opera sought shade under a palm tree near the “Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas” sign.
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.
The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority will use a #VegasSmart social media campaign to inform visitors of new requirements to wear masks in public places.
Gov. Steve Sisolak announced Wednesday that face coverings will be required for Nevadans and visitors when they are in a public space.
Over the weekend, 375 Caesars customers received $20 in free slot machine play if they were wearing facial coverings and were Caesars Rewards loyalty card holders.
According to Culinary Workers Union Local 226, the update is great for dealers but falls short of protecting other hotel-casino employees and their families.
Impressively, a few well-known Vegas figures in town are masked up, 24/7 — Elvis and Caesar among them.
Should everyone be wearing a mask in public to curb the spread of the coronavirus? Turns out neither the science nor the guidance on masks is not clear-cut.
When the Gaming Control Board ordered protective facial coverings at table games, the change was made because so many patrons weren’t wearing them voluntarily.
Synthia Saint James partnered with the Las Vegas festival organizers to design face coverings.
The state Gaming Control Board amended its stance on the use of protective facial coverings at blackjack, roulette, poker and craps tables to help protect dealers.