Wynn Resorts Ltd.’s Las Vegas gaming floors have been given the green light to operate at full capacity, effective Monday.
Capacity and social distancing rules would be completely lifted once 60 percent of eligible residents have received at least one dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.
Two of the shows in the upcoming Broadway Las Vegas series are holdovers from what would have been the 2020-21 season.
Another Las Vegas hotel-casino is getting ready to expand its hotel operating hours.
Around 14,000 older Clark County School District students were returning to their classrooms on Monday after more than a year of virtual learning amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
One year ago today, Gov. Steve Sisolak ordered the closure of nonessential businesses. Now, a once-empty Las Vegas Strip is seeing signs of a returning economy.
Local governments are calling back employees to full-time, in-person work, offering one sign that normalcy is slowly returning to the public sector.
Las Vegas’ recovery from pandemic is in gear, with nearly 40 ticketed shows onstage right now.
Restaurants, stores and casino floors in Las Vegas are bumping up to 50 percent of their fire-code capacities, right around the time stimulus checks arrive.
Some of the casinos are holding out for looser operating restrictions, or more foot traffic. Others have shuttered their doors permanently.
Caesars Entertainment Inc. plans to resume hotel operations seven days a week at Planet Hollywood and The Linq, the company announced in a statement Friday.
Nevadans are optimistic about Las Vegas’ post-coronavirus future, but they believe a full economic recovery is going to take some time.
Metrics like foot traffic, gaming revenue and occupancy rates in the Reno area are closing in on pre-pandemic levels ahead of Clark County.