In the middle of the Las Vegas Strip sits CAESARS PALACE. The hotel's doors are locked for the first time in its storied 54-year history. Locks had to be installed, there were none.
At CAESARS, card tables, dice games and even slot machines are being retooled across the casino floor with social distancing and disinfection in mind.
CAESARS will be deactivating every other slot machine and removing the stool from the game. Customer can't even stand there and play the game because the game's not even active.
At card tables, the number of seats will be reduced from six to three. Gone is the crowd cheering a winning streak. Nobody will be able to be within 6 feet of any of the three customers that are playing. These are a few of the rules endorsed by the Nevada Gaming Commission. Similar rules are in place throughout the Las Vegas Strip and the State of Nevada.
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