Casino in Las Vegas may open in May
Wynn Resorts CEO Matt Madox has proposed reopening the Las Vegas casinos closed due to the coronavirus outbreak starting in May 2020. Madox has put together a five-step plan that he believes will speed up the process. The businessman published the list in The Nevada Independent.
In an article for The Nevada Independent, the CEO of one of the world’s largest corporations in the gambling industry suggested restoring casino operations by requiring employees to wear medical masks and reducing their shift hours. He also called for an increased rate of testing for Covid-19 and adherence to all doctors’ recommendations for infection control.
The businessman explained that the corporation is currently suffering losses because of the casino closures. About 15,000 employees are at home, but their salaries are being kept. This is costing the company $3 million daily or $180 million for the entire period.