Las Vegas Advisor: Nevada changes stance on wearing masks in casinos
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If you're coming to town, you'd better pack a mask. After the casinos reopened with no requirements that patrons wear masks, the rules are changing. Last week Nevada's governor mandated that masks must be worn by table-game players at all casinos. Caesars Entertainment took it a step further, announcing that all guests at its properties nationwide must wear facial coverings at all times, except when they're drinking and/or eating. Patrons who don't comply will be asked to leave. As of now, none of the other casinos require masks away from the table games.
No kids: When it opens on Oct. 28, downtown's Circa casino will be adults only. If the policy holds, Circa will be the only Las Vegas casino to completely bar those under the drinking age. Bellagio opened in 1998 with a no-kids policy, but the restriction was quickly lifted.

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