Nevada—Gamblers in the state will be required to wear masks if they want to play at gaming tables without barriers in place. This is according to the latest safety measures announced by the Nevada Gaming Control Board.
Updated regulations to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) also explain that all casinos must make masks easily available to customers who request for one.
Casinos reopened in Nevada on June 4 after being forced to shut down for almost three months. However, there are several new restrictions in place for health and safety reasons.
Operators are restricted to half of their fire code occupancy, and player limits were enforced for table games at three players for each blackjack table, six players for each craps table, four players for each roulette table and four players for each poker table.