Source: MGM Resorts
Three Las Vegas MGM resorts have announced they will resume normal 24/7 operations after operating at a limited capacity since the pandemic broke out.
MGM announced its Mirage, Mandalay Bay, and Park MGM casinos will be back to business as usual beginning March 3.
JUST ANNOUNCED: Enjoy paradise every day of the week! We're pleased to share that The Mirage will resume 24/7 hotel operations on March 3.🌴☀️ Learn more: https://t.co/nnbsQirjJa pic.twitter.com/lHWStTXNIE
— The Mirage (@TheMirageLV) February 17, 2021
“As we begin to see positive signs around the public’s sentiment about traveling, coupled with important progress on the vaccination front and decreasing COVID-19 case numbers, bringing Mandalay Bay, Park MGM and The Mirage back to full-week operations is an important step for us,” MGM CEO and President Bill Hornbuckle said in a press release.
“We remain optimistic about Las Vegas’ recovery and our ability to bring employees back to work as business volumes allow us to do so,” Hornbuckle added.
According to the NY Daily News, Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak recently lifted limited capacity restrictions with casino floor capacity increased from 25% to 35% and outdoor dining capacity restrictions lifted altogether.
MGM Resorts also announced that several live entertainment shows would return in February and early March.