Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak and Nevada Gaming Control Board’s directives have been put into effect, and Caesars Entertainment Inc. resumed its gaming and hospitality operations at Bally’s Las Vegas from July 23, 2020. This will be followed by the reopening of Caesars Palace Las Vegas, Flamingo Las Vegas Harrah’s Las Vegas, and Paris Las Vegas. This also includes the opening of the gaming floor along with other services at the LINQ Hotel.
The Regional President of Caesar Entertainment quoted,
President and chief operating officer of the newly combined organization, Anthony Carano, allowed the guests to be a part of the countdown for the official reopening.
Restarting the business at Bally’s will be followed by the reopening of Caesar’s regional casinos and hotels across the country. Caesar will be opening its remaining properties in Las Vegas and will ensure all health and safety measures to address customer concerns.
Bally’s has implemented new health guidelines to be followed strictly, all the properties by Caesar focus on the welfare of their employees, team members, guests, and community. Caesar’s has started to keep a check on the health of their employees, team members and guests have to wear masks provided by the company. The company promises to maintain high standards of cleanliness and sanitize the premises and maintain social distance.