Las Vegas Reopening Casinos Next Week

Many Las Vegas casinos will reopen next week by applying draconian health rules to welcome the first tourists after more than two months of inactivity.

Nevada state governor Steve Sisolak made the decision to allow the casinos to reopen on June 4 after speaking with health experts and the Nevada Gaming Control Board.
Ten weeks ago, he decreed the closing of casinos, hotels and other tourist spots that attract millions of visitors to Las Vegas every year.

In its recommendations, the gaming control commission had recommended to halve the capacity of the establishments and not to authorize more than three people at the gaming tables. It also asked for the removal of one seat out of two in front of the machines. under to allow physical distancing.

MGM Resorts, one of the main operators in Las Vegas, which will reopen four of its “Strip” hotel-casinos on June 4, has sometimes gone even further.

At the Bellagio, famous for its great musical waters, entire rows of penguin bandits have been removed to make way for sinks and distributors of hydroalcoholic gel.
Ten weeks ago, he decreed the closing of casinos, hotels and other tourist spots that attract millions of visitors to Las Vegas every year.

In its recommendations, the gaming control commission had recommended to halve the capacity of the establishments and not to authorize more than three people at the gaming tables. It also asked for the removal of one seat out of two in front of the machines. under to allow physical distancing.

MGM Resorts, one of the main operators in Las Vegas, which will reopen four of its “Strip hotel-casinos on June 4, has sometimes gone even further.

At the Bellagio, famous for its great musical waters, entire rows of penguin bandits have been removed to make way for sinks and distributors of hydroalcoholic gel.

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Many Las Vegas casinos will reopen next week by applying draconian health rules to welcome the first tourists after more than two months of inactivity.

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