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    Default Proposed coronavirus measures for Vegas reopening

    These are the summary rules for Las Vegas:

    •All guests must wear masks (provided free by the resort)
    •Thermal cameras will take everyone’s temperature at entry, anyone running over 100 degree temp will be additionally screened
    •Every other table game closed
    •Maximum of three players per table
    •Maximum of four people in an elevator at a time
    •Constant social distancing
    •No valet

    Wlv Health Sanitation Guidelines Outline 04.18.20_v6 | Personal Protective Equipment | Hand Washing

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    Last edited by mdawg; 04-19-2020 at 12:48 PM.

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    Wynn/Encore actually already had temperature sensors at all entrances in March, shortly after we left on our last trip there, so this is nothing new.
    Coronavirus: Wynn Resorts are using thermal cameras to screen guests

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    Treasure Island must think it's something...declares opening May 15th
    Treasure Island planning to open May 15 | Las Vegas Review-Journal

    while Venetian, is refusing any reservations before May 31st, and has announced no specific opening date.
    https://news3lv.com/news/local/venet...s-employee-pay

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    The Palms will not be among the first Station Casinos to open - it will remain closed for some time.
    https://lasvegassun.com/news/2020/ma...726.1585285954

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    Doesn't seem like a winning formula for the casinos - 50% occupancy, no nightlife, social distancing, and increased sanitizing and cleaning costs.
    https://www.foxbusiness.com/markets/...os-losing-hand
    Sustainable? Better than staying closed? Perhaps.

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