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LAS VEGAS – Two employees, one at the Luxor and another at the Wet Republic pool, have tested positive for COVID-19, according to MGM Resorts International.
“We are coordinating with the Southern Nevada Health District to notify people who may have been in close contact with the employee and are providing additional support as needed,” spokesman Brian Ahern said in a statement.
Meanwhile, closures in the wake of coronavirus continue along the Las Vegas Strip.
MGM previously said they will close all night clubs, day clubs, spas, salons and fitness centers. The temporary changes are effective Monday, the company announced Friday.
The latest shuttering of popular resort stops comes as health officials grapple with the spread of COVID-19 in Nevada, where there are 19 cases reported.
Restaurants, buffets close at MGM Resorts
Fleur, Aurole and Mizuya will temporarily close Monday at the Mandalay Bay, according to MGM.
The closures will follow MGM’s decision to close buffets at seven Las Vegas Strip properties due to…
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