Guided by the latest CDC and government recommendations, Las Vegas will officially open for business on Thursday, June 4th. New policies and procedures have been put into place in an effort to help ensure the health and well-being of guests and staff.
Las Vegas hotels have made in an effort to lure tourists back by enhancing sanitation throughout their properties by promising daily disinfection of everything from the poker tables and slot machines to public surfaces and spaces. They are also offering complimentary care amenities like personal hand sanitizers, disinfecting wipes, latex gloves, and personal masks, which will be provided in every room upon check in.
Physical distancing instructions will be clearly marked in places like the front desk, elevator lobbies, and ride-share lines. When it comes to the famous Vegas buffets, most hotels and casinos have already indicated that if they re-open, buffets will come much later in the process.
Most outdoor tourist attractions will also open on June 4th, but the popular Las Vegas shows will be put off until a later date.
Reporting for WGRT – Marty Doorn