From showgirls in face masks to a swarmed gaming floor in one casino, photos show what Las Vegas' hotels and casinos looked like on the first day they reopened to the publicGet the Full StoryDavid Becker Getty Images
Some Las Vegas casinos and hotels opened to the public yesterday for the first time since March 17 under Phase 2 of Nevada's opening.
In order to open, casinos had to submit plans outlining social distancing and hygiene measures to the Nevada Gaming Control Board.
At least one casino was swarmed with visitors ignoring social distancing guidelines.
Photos of masked dancers, plexiglass barriers, and temperature checks show how Las Vegas casinos are reopening.
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Yesterday, Las Vegas hotels and casinos reopened to the public for the first time since March 17.
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In order to reopen, hotels had to submit plans for enforcing social distancing and hygiene, such as installing hand sanitizing stations and decommissioning slot machines, to the Nevada Gaming Control Board.
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Photos from reopening day offer a glimpse of what casino-goers can expect the next time they make a stop in Vegas. Showgirls at the Flamingo Las Vegas haven't lost their flair, but they have added matching face masks to their costumes ...
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