Las Vegas – Nevada – We have seen some industries take a terrible beating from the pandemic, some moreso than others. Arguably one of the most affected industries is the gambling industry and especially that of Las Vegas, which counts of travel, hotels and restaurants as well as casino/sportsbook profits to earn money.
After a well publicized and desperate plea by Las Vegas’ Mayor Carolyn Goodman, the city has crafted a plan to reopen the casinos and follow strict guidelines in order to keep their patrons safe. The plan must be submitted to the Nevada Gaming Control Board at least seven days before the proposed open.
Here are the guidelines which their proposal suggests will help them maintain a safe environment:
In addition to these rules, the Casinos must also:
Businesses are trying to find the right date to open and avoid waiting so long to where the business has to shut down. In the words of Mayor Goodman “when is reopening too soon, too late?”