Venues and businesses prepping their spaces to accept larger groups after Gov. Steve Sisolak eased COVID-19 gathering restrictions must add one more item to their to-do list.
Nevada is substantially loosening its COVID-19 rules on large gatherings for both indoor and outdoor events and will allow for a limited number of spectators at sporting and other live entertainment events as part of a continued relaxation of restrictions.
MGM Resorts and Wynn Resorts have plans to bring back meetings and conventions, major revenue drivers that have been on hold for months.
Planet Hollywood is back in business. It will be a limited reopening: Gaming floors will be open seven days a week, but the hotel will only accept weekend reservations.
Candy store chain It’Sugar filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, citing the COVID-19 pandemic.
While crowds were light, customers and employees applauded the rule change.
The largest Veteran of Foreign Wars post in Nevada has struggled to make ends meet since the state’s bar regulations were enacted because of the pandemic. But officials hope for a turnaround once restrictions are lifted.
Businesses that had to keep bars closed because of COVID-19 are ready to welcome customers, even with requirements on social distancing and masks.
The state’s COVID task force has voted to allow bars and taverns to reopen in Las Vegas and Clark County.
Bars in Washoe County can reopen Wednesday at 11:59 p.m., following announcement of the reopening plan last week.
The Tropicana is ready to reopen its doors for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic reached Nevada.
Springs Preserve, closed to the public since March 16 because of the coronavirus pandemic, will reopen Oct. 1.
Shoppers at Fashion Show mall can now order from their favorite stores and pick up items at the curb without leaving their cars.
Six months ago, the Las Vegas Strip was just a plane ride away. These days, it’s a road trip for gambling.