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sabato 28 novembre 2020

New Las Vegas casino restrictions and closures

LAS VEGAS - Resorts in Nevada just reopened in June after their coronavirus closure. But now, new Las Vegas casino restrictions have been announced by Governor Stephen Sisolak. Additionally, some casinos are closing during the week due to a lack of tourists, while some Vegas attractions have been shut down permanently.

Just in time for the holidays, a fresh new set of Las Vegas casinos COVID restrictions have arrived. The Governor of Nevada made the announcement and said those restrictions would go into force tomorrow, November 24th, and past at least three weeks.

Nevada's governor said on Sunday he was tightening new Las Vegas casino restrictions over Coronavirus, and that those same restrictions would also apply to restaurants and bars in the state.

These new measures are effective now and come as state and local government leaders around the country have moved to reinstate a wide range of limits to tame an alarming surge of infections following a summertime lull in the pandemic. They could eventually lead to a Las Vegas second shut down.

Casinos and other gaming facilities are limited to a 25% occupancy and must follow the guidelines of the Nevada Gaming Control Board. “If [the casino] doesn’t obey them, they will face the results portrayed by the Gaming Control Board,” Sisorak said of compliance at the local casino. Restaurants and bars in the gaming facility are also limited to a 25% occupancy.


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