Phase 2 of Nevada’s roadmap to recovery has been extended until the end of July. The State, like much of the country, appears to be going in the wrong direction regarding COVID-19 cases. As a reminder, the Nevada Independent has the raw data if you want to see up to date information. There is also a big question? “Vegas Open Now, Closed Tomorrow?”
the UK government has now announced that it is satisfied that it is now safe to ease these measures in England and has introduced travel corridors for some countries and territories.
Though only at 25 percent capacity, and with mandatory health and safety guidelines such as face masks, social distancing, and health screenings, Atlantic City’s casinos will be allowed to reopen on Thursday, July 2.
This Vegas News column is not your one-stop shop for information on the virus. We’re not going to avoid discussing COVID-19 but will focus more on what you can do today and tomorrow when visiting Las Vegas.
The law of inertia says “objects in motion tend to stay in motion; objects at rest stay at rest.” That’s me at a buffet. I grab enough food on one trip and rarely go up for a second plate of food. There are two reasons for this: 1) Portion control and 2) I’m lazy. Today I visited the “Re-Imagined” Wynn Las Vegas Buffet
I thought about writing an intro this week but this trip report is a good enough reminder about what Las Vegas casinos are like right now. Las Vegas continues to reopen and will be for a while.
MGM Springfield opening (reopening) could never happen. The City of Springfield, its residents, its workers, its investors, have put all their eggs in the MGM International basket, and now the perfect storm is forming.
We have been updating this article to provide the latest details about Atlantic City in June, accurate to the date of publishing. New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy says he hopes to permit Atlantic City’s casinos to reopen in time for the Fourth of July holiday but warned that restrictions and changes in how casinos operate will be needed.
Before we get to discussing business class with British Airways in the Coronavirus Era on, we need to reflect a bit on the past (close to) two weeks. As with all trips, they eventually come to an end. Nine days in Las Vegas experiencing the re-opening of Las Vegas and one (unplanned) day in Beverly Hills before returning to London.
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