Las Vegas casinos resume work

By | May 31, 2020
Las Vegas casinos resume work

Resume well as bars, restaurants, swimming pools, hairdressing salons, and fitness centers opening hotels and casinos.
Next Thursday will resume some of the largest casinos in Las Vegas. Employees will require is the mask, and clients – maintain a distance of not less than five feet from each other. On Sunday, May 31, according to the Reno Gazette-Journal.

About the upcoming resumption of casinos announced by the Governor of Nevada Steve Sisolak. According to him, Thursday will see several of the largest casinos in Las Vegas, including Bellagio, New York-New York, MGM Grand, and The Signature, which was closed in March due to pandemic coronavirus.

It is reported that casinos will have to comply with certain rules, including disinfection and social distancing. At the entrance to the gaming rooms and when checking into hotels, all of the guests will be to check the temperature. People with high fever will be sent to the hospital or offer medical advice on the spot. Visitors will be encouraged not to gather in large groups. Besides, players will be separated from the dealer with panels of plexiglass.

Slot machines will put at a distance of five feet from each other, or players will be allowed to take only every second machine.

Regular sanitization will be space and tables, gaming equipment, including chips and dice. Have the players themselves will be able to regularly handle hand disinfectants.

Previously, all entertainment of the U.S. state of Nevada, including casinos in Las Vegas, as well as bars, cinemas, fitness clubs, shopping malls, has been closed for 30 days to prevent the spread of coronavirus.

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