Nevada's casinos are reopening amid COVID-19. Will people.
Burns says casinos and bingo halls are busy working on site-specific re-opening plans, which will likely mean smaller crowds and smaller profits, at least in the early going.
Answer 101 of 146: Let’s say May 1st they open up. How soon will you be back?
Casino industry analysts expect casinos to be among the first to come back, but the product is going to look different than it did before the virus shutdown.
It seems unlikely that all 39 operational Macau casinos will open their doors this week, with the government offering operators the option to apply for a single 30-day extension should they require more time to prepare. According to Bernstein’s Vitaly Umansky, Eunice Lee and Kelsey Zhu, the measure is understood to be a compromise given that some operators were pushing to re-open while.
Kinda like the family that doesn’t have an emergency fund. The government is starting to move quickly to open up access to operating capital to keep businesses operating. Even if Vegas were to open tomorrow, people aren’t going to flock to a place they don’t feel is safe, so re-opening the doors to Vegas is only one part of the equation.
Played blackjack up until 11, went to the bar and watched it closed down at midnight. The whole time I was playing those 2 days I really couldn’t help but think I was gonna get sick just touching all the cards, chips, being close to tons of people. Didn’t get sick so meh, I’ll be back when they open up, but I’ll probably be more cautious than before lol.