Casinos of Las Vegas reopened this week

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Casinos of Las Vegas reopened this week

The casinos of Las Vegas are reopening, bringing a ray of hope for Nevada’s economic revival after 78 days of unprecedented lockdown. Click here to read the full story. 

Las Vegas’ casinos came back to life last night, welcoming back the gaming and tourism that serve as Nevada’s lifeblood.

On March 18, Nevada’s 219 commercial casinos were ordered to shut their doors, bringing the gaming industry to a halt. 

That all changed a minute after midnight when the first casino doors reopened, initiating Las Vegas’ much hoped-for recovery. While experts predict the industry will take anywhere from 12 to 18 months to recover, the time could be shortened if the strong tourism demand seen so far continues.

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