The Flamingo and Caesars Palace will be the first properties to reopen to the public once the government gives the green light.
US.- Casino operator Caesars has announced plans to reopen its venues in Las Vegas once it has received the green light from the state government.
The Flamingo and Caesars Palace will be the first properties to reopen the company confirmed in a press release.
All nine of the operator’s Las Vegas properties have been closed since March 17 when the state ordered the closure of all casinos.
Under phase one of its reopening, Caesars Palace and the Flamingo will offer lodging, dining options and access to outdoor pools, as well as slot machines and table games.
This will be offered in compliance with physical distancing guidelines and will feature rigorous cleaning methods to prevent any further spread of the disease.
Caesars Chief Executive, Tony Rodio, said: “Reopening Las Vegas in a phased approach will be a significant milestone for Caesars Entertainment as the country continues to emerge from this necessary closure period.”
Caesars is one of a number of other operators who have joined a testing initiative in order to fight the further spread of the disease.