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In recent days, the first harbinger of change in a community with a $6.6-billion annual gambling industry was the closure of its all-you-can-eat buffets. Then, like dominoes, nightclubs, restaurants and concerts were cancelled. Even well-known Cirque du Soleil shows — such as Michael Jackson ONE at Mandalay Bay, KA at MGM Grand and Mystere at Treasure Island — have all been suspended. Caesars Entertainment has closed spas, fitness centres and restaurants through at least the end of March. And on Sunday, Wynn Resorts and MGM Resorts International went a step further, closing down fully.MGM Resorts International said Las Vegas News it would suspend operations starting Tuesday until further notice. Wynn Resorts said that it intends to pay all full-time Wynn and Encore employees during the closure, to begin Tuesday and last two weeks. Conventions have also been cancelled or postponed, including the National Assn. of Broadcasters’ NAB Show, Atlassian Summit 2020 and NXT Global Summit.




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The closures came after the Southern Nevada Health District announced Friday that nine more people had tested positive for the coronavirus, bringing the total number of people who have contracted the deadly virus in Clark County to 14. The who have tested positive in southern Nevada include a man in his 20s who is being monitored while self-quarantining Press Release Distribution News at home and two women are older than 40 who are hospitalized. Statewide, the total number of positive tests reported by authorities is 20. Las Vegas native Rachel Tapp knows all too well about those worries. Late Saturday night, as the 31-year-old was waiting to serve customers at Breeze Daiquiri Bar, she had come to accept the fact that it was going to be a slow night.

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