LAS VEGAS (FOX5) – Wynn Resorts CEO Matt Maddox released a 23-page plan on Sunday calling for the Las Vegas Strip’s conditional reopening from mid-May to late May.
Maddox said the company will pay part-time and full-time employees until May 15, including an estimate of the tips they would have earned. The move costs the company about $ 3 million a day or $ 180 million for two months, he said.
Our economy is in free fall. Nevada will likely be one of the hardest hit states in the nation and will suffer from very high unemployment. It is imperative to smooth this curve so that we can reappear in a safe and sustainable way. – Matt Maddox, CEO of Wynn
Maddox said that to reopen Las Vegas, there are many things the state needs to do. These include the Nevada task force focusing on testing capabilities, “parts” of the Nevada economy reopened in early May, and assuming that some data models follow the Maddox benchmarks detailed in the report, reopening the Las Vegas Strip by mid-May to the end of May with numerous security measures. “
In its reopening program for Wynn Las Vegas, Maddox said they would take several additional measures: thermal imaging cameras, physical distance, hand sanitizer, signage for staff and guests to wear personal protective equipment and case notification with the Southern Nevada Health District.
The Maddox report also detailed how staff would take security measures and what the “guest trip” would look like.
At the casino, Maddox said several changes would be made to the casino cage, slot machines, table games and sports books.
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