What Wynn Resorts Will Do To Get Its Vegas Strip Casinos Open Again

  • 4 years ago
Wynn Resorts has called on Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak to begin to reopen the Las Vegas Strip in mid- to late May.
Wynn’s Macau casinos reopened on Feb. 20 after a mandatory, industry-wide two-week closure.
Reuters reports Wynn Resorts CEO Matt Maddox says extensive safety measures will be in place.
That is, assuming the state is in line with certain benchmarks around the spread of the coronavirus.
Wynn’s health and safety guidelines for reopening include allowing a maximum of four people to ride in an elevator at one time.
Also guests will be required to enter the resort through doors that are either propped open, are automated or manually operated by an employee.
Gov. Sisolak ordered all casinos and other nonessential businesses in the state to close for 30 days beginning March 18.