reopening

  1. Las Vegas casinos preparing for June 4 reopening date

    Casinos officially reopen on June 4 with restrictions. Casinos can only open at 50 percent capacity and will need to limit the number of people allowed inside. The Nevada Gaming Control Board also recommends frequent hand washing by staff, cleaning and social distancing at table games and slot machines, hand sanitizer available to visitors, and training on COVID-19 safety and disinfection protocols in English and Spanish for staff.

    Region:
    USA
    Category:
    Tourism
    Las Vegas casinos preparing for June 4 reopening date
  2. WTTC launches Safe Travels protocols for aviation, airports, MICE and tour operators

    Gloria Guevara, WTTC President & CEO, said: “For the first time ever, the global private sector has rallied around our Safe Travels protocols which will create the consistency needed to allow a re-invigorated Travel & Tourism sector re-open for business.
    New measures help to rebuild confidence for travellers.
    Latest protocols aid the reopening of Travel & Tourism sector.

    Region:
    World
    Category:
    Tourism
    WTTC launches Safe Travels protocols for aviation, airports, MICE and tour operators
  3. Reopening of Universal Orlando to happen June 5

    The announcement indicates that Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has approved the reopening plan Universal submitted. Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings endorses the reopening plan in a letter he sent to the governor on Friday morning.

    Region:
    USA
    Category:
    Tourism
    Reopening of Universal Orlando to happen June 5
  4. Italy begins reopening Shops, bars and cafes

    Italy is restarting but we must keep guard up says Conte. 'Govt not deaf to citizens' difficulties, we'll do more' priomises premier.

    Region:
    Europe
    Category:
    Society
    Author/s:
    By ANSA, Milano Today, Pablo Munini @pablomunini
    Italy begins reopening Shops, bars and cafes. Photo: Pablo Munini
  5. Italy announces staggered ending of lockdown

    Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte outlined a further loosening of movement restrictions on Saturday, including opening borders to travellers from Europe from next month to unwind one of the world’s most rigid coronavirus lockdowns.

    Region:
    Europe
    Category:
    Society
    Author/s:
    By EFE , ANSA
    Italy announces staggered ending of lockdown. Photo: Pablo Munini