After being shuttered since March, the glittering desert gambling oasis of Las Vegas is once again open for business. While some clubs and attractions will remain shuttered for the time being, the casinos and resort hotels have been given the green light to open their doors to the public by the state’s Gaming Control Board, which issued a set of guidelines designed to ensure a safe and sensible experience for visitors.
“We are very pleased by the enthusiasm we are seeing from guests ready to come back to Las Vegas,” said Bill Hornbuckle, MGM Resorts’ Acting CEO and President in a statement to the press. “As business demand increases, we are able to open additional properties and bring more of our employees back to work. Getting people back to work coupled with providing a safer environment for our employees and our guests are our top priorities.”