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800-step coronavirus plan for Vegas hotels The Venetian and Palazzo to reopen revealed
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Luxurious Las Vegas resort The Venetian has an 800-step plan — including disinfecting casino chips multiple times per day — to keep the coronavirus at bay when they're allowed to reopen.
The plan applies to the resort's The Venetian, The Palazzo and Venetia towers. The Venetian assures future guests they'll find kits with face masks, hand sanitizer and gloves in every hotel suite.
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The hotels will also temperature check all employees and guests, and have a team of EMTs on standby. Restaurant tables and slot machines will be rearranged for greater distancing.
The Venetian's plan also includes capping gondola rides at four people and ensuring gondola pilots wear face masks.