Las Vegas Strip Casinos Top COVID-19 Exposure List
A report published by the Southern Nevada Health District revealed that of all of the companies in Southern Nevada, casinos are the most inclined to expose patrons to coronavirus.
The August report recorded the top 10 areas where individuals who tested positive for COVID-19 visited while they were probably positive, based on local Las Vegas media. On the top 10, eight were casinos. Both were equally jails.
Cosmopolitan Las Vegas topped the list using 304 instances, meaning 304 individuals who tested positive for the virus reported they were within the house prior to receiving their test outcome. Bellagio, MGM Grand, The Venetian and Caesars Palace round out the top five places.
Despite being second to the record, Bellagio had roughly half of the amount of cases which were reported within Cosmopolitan. Aria, Mandalay Bay and Wynn Las Vegas have been at the bottom half of the list.
The report has been released only a few days after a few Strip properties published numbers regarding how lots of its workers contracted the virus.
Wynn Resorts reported 548 positive evaluations from its workers after all its Las Vegas property reopened June 4 and Las Vegas Sands Corp explained that its workforce had 424 positive consequences over the exact equal time period. Three of those workers who worked in Wynn Resorts died of complications from the virus.
According to a Las Vegas Sun report, Wynn Resorts CEO Matt Maddox explained that the firm employed a 10-person full-time contract tracing group, which ascertained that at 98 percent of its own workers ‘ cases, they contracted the virus outside of work. The company also offered financial support to the families of the three employees who passed away.
Of the 424 employee cases at the pair of Las Vegas Sands properties, 25 were found before the property reopened at the start of June. According to a Reno Gazette-Journal report, some of the cases were identified at off-property testing locations.