Las Vegas casinos will reopen beginning June 4

Gov. Steve Sisolak has given Nevada casinos the green light to reopen beginning Thurs., June 4.

All Las Vegas nightclubs and dayclubs will remain closed until further notice.

Casinos opening on June 4 include Bellagio, Boulder Station, Caesars Palace, Cannery, The Cosmopolitan, Circus Circus, Encore, Flamingo, Four Queens, Golden Gate, Green Valley Ranch, MGM Grand, New York-New York, The Plaza, Red Rock Resort, Sahara Las Vegas, Sam’s Town, Santa Fe Station, South Point, The Strat, Sunset Station, Treasure Island, The Venetian, Wildfire, Westgate Las Vegas, and Wynn Las Vegas.

The availability of dining options vary within each resort. Buffets are expected to remain closed for the foreseeable future.

Each casino/resort must submit a safety plan for approval at least a week prior to reopening. Expected changes include limited capacity at table games, sanitation stations throughout the property, and required face coverings.

Gyms, movie theaters, bowling alleys, shopping malls, museums, art galleries, pools, water parks, and churches are permitted to operate as of Fri., May 29 with occupancy restrictions as part of phase two of the state’s reopening plan.

Bars that don’t serve food can open Friday, with 50% reduced capacity. Nevada state parks are open for limited day use and will allow overnight stays as of Friday.

All 440 licensed casinos in Nevada were ordered to close on March 18 in an effort to reduce the spread of COVID-19. All nightclubs and dayclubs have been closed since March 13.

Featured photo courtesy Insomniac Events.


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