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Las Vegas Casinos Open Doors For Visitors After Corona Lockdown Removal

Las Vegas, the gambling capital, is all set to welcome visitors from across the world once again in its luxurious casino establishments after remaining closed for months due to the COVID-19 crisis. Casinos which form an integral part of Las Vegas’ economy were forced to shut stop their operations to encourage social distancing of all forms to curb the spreading of coronavirus crisis amongst the visitors as well as the staff and employees.

However, now, as scenarios have improved, the casino authorities are planning to reopen their business for the public but under strict healthcare guidelines. All the major casinos of the city have broadcasted the news about the resumption of their services on their respective Twitter handles.

Fremont Casino has informed its guests about its continuation of services. The popular casino has affirmed that the team will follow all the precautionary measures prescribed by the authorities. Screening of visitors on arrival, use of sanitizers and disinfectants, fixation of occupancy limits as well as seating arrangement on tables, slots, and restaurants have been made following the social distancing objectives.

Another leading casino entity, Circus Circus, has announced that they shall be resuming their operations from June 5, 2020, at 9:00 AM onwards.

Through a Twitter post, SAHARA Las Vegas informed its visitors about the reopening of the venue from June 4, 2020. The team stated that the pools would be deep cleaned at nights and sanitized several times during the daytime. Daybeds and cabanas will be disinfected after every use as well as special attention should be given to social distancing. Also, for a full month, no resort fees will be charged from the visitors.

Wynn Las Vegas has released a short video clip showing the team’s preparations to welcome the guests once again. The flowery decorations and glittery lights are likely to enthrall the guests.

As per the Las Vegas Casino News, other casino establishments reopening their services this month include the Red Rock Casino Resort and Spa Las Vegas, Casino Royale Hotel, and Aliante Casino.

David Bright

David Bright joined Times of Casino as a news writer focused on the casino industry. He holds a bachelor degree in Economics and Accounting and currently contributing in-depth news articles. David writes on the casinos, gambling legislation, poker, and much more.

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