LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — Las Vegas-area casinos have been open for more than two weeks, and they may be undergoing some changes to increase safety measures during the pandemic.
Las Vegas Adviser Anthony Curtis says casinos will be following guidance from the state when it comes to safety protocols.
Currently, guests are not required to wear face masks, but that could change.
Leaders with the culinary union have also been calling for stricter enforcement to protect hospitality workers.
The union has launched a one-stop safety resource on its website and shares what each casino is doing to keep their properties clean.