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They are going to start testing tens of thousands of casino workers for COVID-19. Casinos want to open in about two weeks.
So some people will get back to work.
But not everyone.
LAS VEGAS (AP) — Testing for the new coronavirus is due to start Thursday for the first of tens of thousands of Las Vegas casino employees being tapped for job callbacks before resorts reopen.
As of this writing, nearly 104,000 COVID-19 tests had been performed in Nevada.
So far, Nevada's response to COVID-19 seems to be working. Governor Steve Sisolak issued his emergency order to close nonessential businesses back in March.
SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints could resume services as soon as this weekend, more than two months after they were suspended to help halt the spread of the coronavirus.
The coronavirus brings with it an uncertainty that is hard to adapt to
ALPINE, Calif. (AP) — One of California's largest tribal casinos reopened Monday to a large crowd as customers who had their temperatures taken at the door and were ordered to wear facial coverings.
Officials with The Colorado Belle hotel-casino in Laughlin say the property will not be re-opening when closure orders, due to the coronavirus, are lifted.
It will extend layoffs indefinitely for approximately 400 employees.
Washoe County health officials say a spike in new cases of COVID-19 over the weekend is attributed to an outbreak at a Sparks nursing home.
It’s almost a tradition in this country: When the economy tanks, more young people look into the military as a career.