Casinos in Las Vegas have lifted mask requirements for vaccinated visitors from this week, following the Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s latest guidance for Americans. The globally famous casino resorts, including the MGM Grand Hotel & Casino and the ARIA Resort & Casino, and more have removed the face mask requirements for guests who have received their jabs.
Yet, some places such as Caesars Palace Las Vegas, Harrah’s Las Vegas, and Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino have said that the company has “maintained strict adherence to CDC, state, local and regulatory guidance throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and will continue to do so”.
Similarly, other resorts in Vegas have introduced their own set of regulations. The famous Wynn and Encore Las Vegas has said that the guests and employees who have completed 14 days (at least) of their final vaccine dose will no longer have to wear face masks while at the property. “If you are not fully vaccinated, please take the proper precautions and wear a face covering,” the company added further.
Likewise, guests at The Cosmopolitan, who are fully vaccinated won’t have to wear a face mask but unvaccinated guests will have to cover their face once inside the resort. Besides, a number of casinos have gotten back to their 100 percent capacity after being approved by the Nevada Gaming Control Board.