Caesars Entertainment has brought back live performances on the Las Vegas Strip this week. According to Fox Business, this is the first company to do so after the COVID-19 pandemic paused performances.
The company assures that it will follow guidelines set forth by health and government officials. They will do so to ensure that the coronavirus will not be spread.
“Live entertainment is an important part of the Las Vegas experience that makes visiting this city so special, and we are thrilled that we can be first to offer it to our guests again,” said Caesars Entertainment president of entertainment Jason Gastwirth.
“In collaboration with our entertainment partners and with the support of governing officials, we are happy to lead the city with an enhanced health and safety plan that will put our team members back to work and keep our guests comfortable while enjoying these popular shows once again.”
Guests will undergo a verbal health screening and non-contact temperature check.
“As Caesars Entertainment will follow applicable guidelines set forth by health and government authorities and implement the Company’s enhanced health and safety protocols, guests can expect verbal health screenings, non-contact temperature checks, modified seating for social distancing, mandatory masks for guests and staff, limited capacity and more,” the company said in a press release.