Almost all casinos in the U.S. have closed, creating millions of jobs. Even the most popular gambling sites in the U.S. have seen all Las Vegas casinos close for at least May, and possibly even longer. When will they reopen? And what are the risks if they do?
Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak has ordered the closure of Vegas casinos and all other gambling facilities in the state as part of a broader effort to slow the spread of the novel coronavirus. The order requires all casinos to close their gaming devices, machines, tables, gaming, and other kits related to gaming activities. The currently closed Vegas casinos will remain that way for at least 30 days and will be enforced by the Nevada Gaming Control Board. 온라인카지노
In addition to closed Vegas casinos, at least 97 percent of the 524 U.S. tribal buildings were closed. The 16 remaining open buildings are mostly small convenience stores. The 973 casinos account for 98 percent of all gaming facilities in the U.S., affecting roughly 649,000 casino gaming workers, the AGA said.