MGM Resorts to reopen Aria, Luxor & Mandalay Bay for summer
MGM Resorts International has announced plans to reopen three more of its Las Vegas casinos in the coming weeks as the business emerges from the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) enforced shutdown.
The news follows the first wave of casinos reopening across Las Vegas last week, after being ordered to close from March 17 amid the novel Coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
Properties will be expected to follow the Nevada Gaming Control Board’s guidelines for reopening casinos, limiting the number of players allowed to a maximum 50% occupancy.
"It was exciting and emotional to see the energy in Las Vegas last week as we welcomed back our employees and reopened our doors to guests for the first time in months," said Bill Hornbuckle, MGM Resorts' Acting CEO and President.
"Our guests are having a great time and are thrilled to be back in the city they love. We are eager to get more of our employees back to work and enhance the Las Vegas experience with additional resorts."