Nevada has entered Phase Two to reopen the state economy with new guidelines for gatherings at church services and the reopening of more businesses, such as bars and health facilities.
Many Las Vegas hotel-casinos and restaurants are planning to reopen their doors to the public on June 4.
Some casinos will reopen with plexiglass separators, digital restaurant menus.
The iconic Fountains of Bellagio will celebrate the return of Las Vegas casinos on June 4 with three water shows.
The state Gaming Control Board updated its health and safety policies for reopening casinos, ordering licensees in resort hotels to provide for temperature screening for its hotel guests upon arrival, or have a medical professional on-site. The board amended its May 1 notice with five key updates, including requiring a designated area where hotel guests may be tested for COVID-19 and await their test results.
Nightclubs, movies, shows, dining
Zak Bagans’ Haunted Museum in Las Vegas will be back up and running June 12.
The Hunger Games: The Exhibition at MGM Grand opens June 4.
Marvel Avengers S.T.A.T.I.O.N. at Treasure Island Hotel and Casino opens June 4.
Bellagio, Mayfair lead the Las Vegas Strip entertainment return.
Fremont Street Experience has opened the pedestrian mall and access to some hotel-casinos and stores.
For the latest restaurant openings, go here.
Las Vegas movie theaters were allowed to open May 29, but they aren’t expected to throw open their doors for another month because there is nothing new to offer. Virtually every major movie has been pushed to later this year or, in several cases, next summer.
The Smith Center announced it would remain dark indefinitely.
-Via Rhonda Prast, Las Vegas Review-Journal – June 3, 2020