Thermal cameras, masks and reduced seating are protocols being considered by Las Vegas Strip Casinos. Hope is rising that by June 1, 2020 the Las Vegas Strip will Re-Open.
The Venetian on the Las Vegas Strip announced reopening protocols amid the COVID-19 pandemic, including providing a mask to guests, practicing social distancing on casino floors and conducting thermal screening at hotel-casino entrances.
The Venetian made the announcement with no reopening date in sight, as the resort has canceled all reservations through May 31.
The Venetian Clean Initiative details more than 800 initiatives that would take place during reopening including cleaning and COVID-19 screening protocols.
Wynn Las Vegas Guests , upon arriving at a checkpoint, would be screened by security teams for high temperatures using thermal cameras. If someone records a temperature of 100 degrees, they would be taken for secondary screening, and if a fever were recorded — using a temporal thermometer — that guest can’t enter.
Guests who pass the screening would be given a mask to wear at all times and asked to use hand sanitizer
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