Vegas Casino Is Packed With People After Opening Up During.
Las Vegas is set to reopen casinos following its coronavirus lockdown, but guests should not expect a return to business as usual. Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak set a tentative date of June 4 to reopen.
The executives have also discussed allowing small businesses off of the Strip to open first, and opening facilities nearby so that all casino workers and possibly tourists could get tested for the coronavirus. Gamblers would sit at least a chair apart at blackjack tables. Some major casino properties are accepting reservations for May 1 arrivals with the caveat that the date could be changed.
Station Casinos announces layoffs, MGM shakes up executive management The economic downturn due to COVID-19 is forcing a number of business changes among Las Vegas gaming companies.
Ever since Gov. Steve Sisolak closed nonessential businesses — including dine-in restaurants, bars, and casinos — in Nevada on March 17 to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the questions have been.
Las Vegas reopens June 4, but the coronavirus pandemic has forced some changes. Here's what you can expect at hotels, casinos, buffets and attractions.
Some Las Vegas casinos to delay opening. By Anthony Curtis; May 17, 2020; ASSOCIATED PRESS. A man rides his bike past the MGM Grand hotel and casino in Las Vegas. It’s among the resorts MGM.
Once the Las Vegas Strip is cleared to reopen, MGM Resorts International will open two or three of its casinos, including the flagship Bellagio, as part of a gradual relaunch, acting Chief.