Nevada Investigates Health and Safety Issues • This Week in Gambling

In the midst of a huge increase in COVID-19 cases, the Nevada Gaming Control Board initiated investigations into more than 150 suspected health and safety problems related to coronavirus. Three formal complaints were then submitted.

Complaints included allegations that customers were not wearing facewear or were not wearing it properly when playing slot machines. Nevada’s casinos were allowed to reopen on June 4th after more than two months of closure to curb the spread of the virus.

Players should know that although the board has not released the names of the properties, none of which were in Las Vegas.

For more information on the reported health and safety issues, see the review journal.