Las Vegas Strip casinos Aria and Mandalay Bay have both been found to have violations of the state face mask order, according to Clark County officials. Only 38 businesses were found in violation of the mask order and authorities issued notices meant to educate the staff on how to properly follow the directive.
The businesses that were put on notice for face-covering violations included Aria Resort and Casino, where customers were seen without masks and not social distancing, KSNV reports. Mandalay Bay also failed to enforce social distancing at the pool on July 3. Clark County officials, who oversee many casinos on the Strip, visited over 1,600 businesses.
More on the violations at Aria and Mandalay Bay and more details at Yogo Net.