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"Cleaning Vegas to Safety"

The Culinary Union is demanding safety for all hospitality and gaming workers as Nevada casinos re-open during the on-going COVID-19 pandemic. Check back frequently to see what your favorite casino is doing to prevent COVID-19.

 

*Requiring guests to wear face masks in all public areas – VICTORY! The Culinary Union has been calling for all customers to wear masks in public spaces since early May. A mandatory mask policy is a good step towards protecting workers and the hospitality industry in Nevada, but much more has to be done.

 

*Posting a COVID-19 safety plan on public-facing website – VICTORY! After months of advocating for increased transparency, the Culinary Union is pleased that most major gaming companies have posted their COVID-19 safety plans on their public-facing websites.

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Requires daily cleaning of guest rooms?
Mandatory testing of all employees for COVID-19 before returning to work?
Provides adequate COVID-19 PPE for employees?
Enforces social distancing and other COVID-19 prevention measures?
Has published a casino-specific COVID-19 safety plan for review on its website?
Aria
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Bally's
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Bellagio
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Binion's
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Boulder Station
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Caesars Palace
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Circus Circus Las Vegas
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Cosmopolitan
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D Casino
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Downtown Grand
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El Cortez
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Encore
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Excalibur
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Flamingo
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Four Queens
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Fremont
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Golden Gate
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Golden Nugget Las Vegas
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Green Valley Ranch
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Harrah's Las Vegas
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LINQ
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Luxor
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Mandalay Bay
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MGM Grand
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New York-New York
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Palace Station
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Palms Place
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Paris
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Plaza
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Red Rock Resort
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Sahara
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Santa Fe Station
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Strat
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Sunset Station
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Treasure Island
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Westgate Las Vegas
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Wynn
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The Culinary Union has proposed comprehensive public health guidelines to prevent COVID-19 in Las Vegas casinos. The Culinary Union’s plan includes the following:

  • Prevention: Mandatory and regular testing of workers for COVID-19. Screening both workers and guests on entry (temperature checks), as well as reducing the number of surfaces that are touched by multiple people.
  • Protection: PPE should be provided to workers and guests alike. Appropriate distancing should be enforced among guests and workers alike.
  • Enhanced cleaning: More frequent and more intensive cleaning of all areas and surfaces, including daily of guest rooms, training, and providing workers with ample time to follow new cleaning protocols.
  • Implementation and enforcement: Culinary Union guidelines require that workers have a voice in ongoing implementation and enforcement of COVID-19 prevention measures - joint labor-management health and safety committees should be created. 

Here are the guidelines from the Southern Nevada Health District on how best to prevent COVID-19 in casino hotels

Culinary Union’s Public Health Guidelines for Gaming Facilities During the COVID-19 Pandemic
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