Nearly two months after Nevada shut down nonessential businesses including casinos to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the state has come out with new regulations that allow restaurants inside a gaming property to reopen for dine-in service — with some restrictions in place.
On Thursday night, the Nevada Gaming Control Board issued the new rules for casinos that piggyback on Gov. Steve Sisolak’s May 9 guidelines, which allowed dine-in restaurants to open statewide.
Casino operators must let the board
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