Back in Business: All the Las Vegas Casinos Which Have Reopened

Gaming Was Allowed To Resume In Nevada on Thursday

LAS VEGAS, NV (KXNT) - After being forced to shut down for more than two months in an effort to slow the spread of the coronavirus, some Las Vegas casinos turned on the machines and set the tables on Thursday.

While it's hard to predict what the demand will be, early signs from casinos that have opened out east show that a lot of folks who have been shut in since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic are itching to play.

Not all properties have reopened, however, as many of the larger casino companies are staggering their properties based on what the demand is.

Here's a partial list of which casinos reopened on Thursday:

Caesars Entertainment: 

 - Caesars Palace

 - Flamingo

- (Harrah's is scheduled to open on Friday, June 5th)

Boyd Gaming: 

 - The Orleans

 - Gold Coast

 - Suncoast

 - Aliante

 - Cannery

 - Sam's Town

 - Fremont

 - California

 - Joker's Wild

MGM Resorts

 - MGM Grand

 - Bellagio

 - New York New York

 - Signature

Station Casinos

 - Red Rock

 - Green Valley Ranch

 - Santa Fe Station

 - Boulder Station

 - Palace Station

 - Sunset Station

 - All Wildfire division properties

Wynn Resorts

 - Wynn Las Vegas 

 - Encore

Las Vegas Sands

 - Venetian

 - Palazzo

Other properties which were slated to open on Thursday: Silverton, South Point, M, Jerry's Nugget, The D, Sahara, The Plaza, The Golden Nugget, Ellis Island, TI, Primm Valley, Golden Gate, El Cortez, Comopolitan, Casablana (Mesquite), Virgin River (Mesquite)

Casinos not listed will be opening based on customer demand.

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