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Venetian hotel-casino on Las Vegas Strip releases Venetian Clean plan

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Posted at 7:40 AM, Apr 28, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-29 11:56:25-04

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — The Venetian hotel-casino on the Las Vegas Strip has released its reopening cleanliness plan via its website.

According to the website, the Venetian Clean Commitment was designed to enhance safety and minimize risk for their visitors and team Members. It ensures the hygiene and sanitation practices of the resort and convention center meet or exceed regulatory requirements and the recommendations of the CDC.


There are more than 800 initiatives in the plan that would take place during the reopening phase.

Some of those initiatives include:

-- Thermal scanners at every resort entry point. Secondary screenings if necessary.
-- Electrostatic sprayers with hospital-grade disinfectant to be used in high-risk areas
-- UV lights to be used in decontaminating shipments etc.
-- Hundreds of hand sanitizing stations throughout the property
-- Allowing guests to wear Personal Protective Equipment, including face masks. Guests will not be able to wear whole-face masks.
-- Emergency Medical Technicians on the property 24/7.
-- Physical distancing for guests and team members whenever possible, including at check-in and guests services desks, in elevators, on gondolas, and in restaurants and bars.
-- Physical distancing also in meeting and convention spaces, pool areas and team member back areas.
-- No more buffets. All food will be served individually plated.
-- Beverages and snacks will be provided by an attendant.
-- Spacing between table games and slot machines. Casino chips will be cleaned approximately every 2 hours.
-- Employees will also receive additional training on COVID-19 safety and there will be required temperature checks at every team member entrance. PPE usage required.

The Wynn Las Vegas shared its reopening plan a week ago.

The Venetian is not currently accepting reservations before May 31.

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To read more about the Venetian’s plan, click here.