Plan was developed after the operator consulted with Dr. Shannon Magari, Vice President of Health Sciences for Colden Corp.
US.- MGM Resorts has announced a seven-point safety plan with hopes of reopening its Southern Nevada properties in early June.
Plans have been in motion since April for MGM to revise operations once Covid-19 lockdown measures in Nevada are eased.
The plan was developed after the operator consulted with Dr. Shannon Magari, Vice President of Health Sciences for Colden Corp.
It will require all on-site MGM employees to be screened and to wear masks while working.
It also requires guests to wear masks when attending venues and MGM may also ask questions about any potential exposure to the virus.
MGM CEO, William Hornbuckle, said: “Our ‘Seven-Point Safety Plan,’ puts
your health and safety at the centre of all we do.
“It is a comprehensive, multi-layered approach resulting from months of consultations and guidance from public health experts.
“It addresses everything from employee screening, masks, cleaning and air quality, to digital innovations that put you in control of your check-in experience.”
Regarding the challenge ahead for MGM, Horbuckle added: “I have tremendous confidence that the men and women of MGM Resorts will rise to this challenge and will be here, and ready, to provide the service and experiences for which we are trusted, renowned and beloved.”