As Nevada moves into Phase 2 of reopening, Governor Steve Sisolak has given casinos the go ahead to begin reopening on June 4. Not all of our hotels and casinos will open at the same time. The major casino companies are rolling out staggered openings of their properties and will gauge performance and visitor count before opening all of their properties. Station Casinos is a good example. The company plans to open up Red Rock, Green Valley Ranch, Santa Fe, and Boulder, Sunset and Palace Station casinos along with their Wildfire properties, while both Fiestas and the Texas Station will remain closed. Strip casinos scheduled to open on June 4 include The Strat, Sahara, Flamingo, New York New York, Bellagio, Encore and Wynn, Treasure Island, Cosmopolitan and the Venetian. Downtown properties that will reopen include The D, Golden Gate, California, Golden Nugget and Plaza. Off strip and local properties scheduled to reopen include the Orleans, Aliante, Suncoast, Cannery, Southpoint, Sam’s Town, Gold Coast, and the M resort. Hotels and casinos that are reopening will be adhering to a variety of safety protocols such as all employees wearing face coverings, temperature checks for guests upon entering, offering face masks to guests, limited seating at table games, and frequent cleaning of slot machines. Guests will be encouraged to enjoy themselves will observing physical distancing. Welcome back Vegas!