Nevada authorities eased anti-coronavirus measures for gambling houses

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The Nevada Gambling Regulator allowed casinos to make their own decisions about the need to wear protective masks inside gambling houses. This is due to the weakening of anti-coronavirus measures in the state. In addition, gambling houses may not require their customers to confirm that guests have been vaccinated against COVID-19. However, casino operators must still follow the recommendations of medical services to prevent the spread of coronavirus infection, the Nevada state gambling regulator asked. My Lucky Story wrote that gambling houses in Las Vegas will be able to operate at full capacity from June 1, 2021, Nevada authorities previously announced. It was reported that Kentucky authorities are motivating state residents to get vaccinated against COVID-19 with a free giveaway of lottery tickets in which you can win hundreds of thousands of dollars. Recall that in another part of the world – in the Philippine Islands – gambling establishments were forced to close due to an outbreak of coronavirus.

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