Casino visitors in Nevada will be required to wear masks if they want to play at gaming tables that do not have barriers installed, as per the latest safety regulations from the Nevada Gaming Control Board.

Additionally, updated regulations to prevent transmission of COVID-19 state that all gambling venues must make masks available to any player who wants one.

Casinos reopened on June 4, after a lengthy shutdown in March as the coronavirus spread across the world, but with many new restrictions for health and safety reasons.

Gambling providers are limited to half of their fire code occupancy, and player limits were set for table games at 4 players per roulette table, 3 players per blackjack table, 4 players per poker table and 6 players per craps table.


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