GAMING CONTROL BOARD RULES

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THE LAS VEGAS EXPERIENCE IS CHANGING
The Nevada Gaming Commission approved the Gaming Control Board's Re-Opening Policies, for when shutdown orders are lifted.
              Here's a look at what visitors can expect to see happen on the Las Vegas Strip:
FEWER PEOPLE ALLOWED TO GAMBLE
              The number of people allowed to gamble will be reduced, as occupancy limits in gaming areas will be cut in half. Casinos can enforce these limits with head counts, surveillance and using the property's slot accounting system to monitor the number of people on the casino floor.

GAMING MACHINES
             Don't expect to sit next to your sweetheart or best friend. Gambling in the time of COVID-19 will be more solitary. Casinos are required keep space between gamblers. That means you likely will see chairs and stools in front of every other gaming machine.
CROWD POLICE
Social distancing will be remain an everyday part of resort life. Gaming authorities want casinos to assign employees to make sure guests don't gather in groups.
TABLE GAMES and CARD GAMES

             Casinos must now limit the number of people playing cards or throwing dice.
Here are limits you'll see on the floor:
Three players per blackjack table, Six players per craps table, Four players per roulette table, and poker table.
Groups are not allowed around gaming tables.
Dealers will be armed with hand sanitizer to offer guests throughout shifts.
These items must be disinfected any time a new player comes in contact with them: Cards, chips, rails, chairs, dice, card shoes, shufflers, wheels, Pai Gow tiles, pit podiums, blackjack discard holders and toke boxes.
RACE & SPORTS BOOKS, KENO LOUNGES, BINGO HALLS
As with the casino floor, groups are not allowed to gather here. Social distancing must be practiced.
All surfaces players can touch must be regularly disinfected.
Casinos must always have hand sanitizer or disinfectant wipes available for guests.
MEETING and CONVENTION SPACES
              No more than 250 people will be able to gather in these spaces until further notice. Social distancing must be enforced at meetings and banquets, and all food must be served by casino personnel.
RESTAURANTS and BARS
              All restaurants and bars should have reduced seating in accordance with federal, state and local guidelines to allow appropriate distancing between each table and diner.
RETAIL SPACES
The number of guests able to enter stores will be limited, according to federal, state and local requirements, and will be enforced.
POOLS
Pool seating must be configured in a way to allow proper social distancing.
NIGHTCLUBS & DAYCLUBS
Nightclubs and Dayclubs will stay CLOSED until further notice.
Tourists will see signs posted throughout properties reminding employees and guests about proper hygiene.

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