Nevada casinos could reopen on June 4

Nevada's casinos could reopen in the first week of June.
Nevada's casinos could reopen in the first week of June.

Gov. Steve Sisolak to hold a press conference this week and is expected to outline plans to reopen entertainment venues around Memorial Weekend.

US.- Casinos in Nevada, including those on the Las Vegas Strip, could reopen to the public on June 4.

The industry has been closed since mid-March due to the Covid-19 pandemic with operators losing millions of dollars in revenues as a result.

But plans are in motion to reopen the state’s casinos, albeit with various safety measures and protections in place.

On Tuesday, Gov. Steve Sisolak will hold a press conference to discuss the next phase in Nevada’s reopening plan.

“If Nevada’s Covid-19 data continues to reflect positive or consistent trends through the Memorial Day Weekend, the Governor will announce a Phase 2
reopening date at the Tuesday press conference, along with business reopening and statewide continuing operation guidelines,” the government said in a press release.

Many casinos in the state have prepared plans to reopen once given the green light to do so, including Caesars which will relaunch with Caesars Palace and Flamingo.

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