Amid a huge spike in COVID-19 cases, the Nevada Gaming Control Board launched investigations into more than 150 alleged health and safety issues related to Coronavirus. Afterward, three formal complaints were filed.
The complaints included allegations that patrons did not wear face coverings or wore them improperly while playing slot machines. Nevada’s casinos were allowed to reopen June 4th after over two months of closure to help contain the spread of the the virus.
Players should know that even though the Board did not release the names of the properties where with complaints, none of them were in Las Vegas.
Read more about the reported health and safety issues at the Review-Journal.