MGM Resorts does not want this to be a gamble for visitors to attend events at its property.
The owner of a hotel and casino based in Las Vegas released his plan to “convene a trust” on Tuesday to safely host meetings and conventions at his properties in the United States.
The plan includes a “multi-layered health screening process”
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The meal and rest time of the events will be carefully planned to “optimize the movement of guests”, according to MGM. The resorts will offer pre-packaged meals for event attendees.
Properties will be able to host personal, virtual or hybrid events. Pre-digital registration will be done in advance and a schedule will be used to assist in distancing at any time when physical registration offices are needed.
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MGM has also adjusted its floor plans to allow more physical distancing, and “high points of contact” are disinfected regularly. Hand sanitizer is available in busy areas.
Bill Hornacle, president and CEO of MGM Resorts, said the plan was the culmination of months of working with experts and new technologies.
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“With this program, we are taking another step forward in providing safe levels of entertainment, amenities and services that have not been seen since before the pandemic,” Hornbuckle said in a press release.
In addition, MGM has a seven-point safety plan that includes safeguards such as employee temperature checks, requiring masks for all employees and guests, and the use of physical barriers to ensure social distance.
MGM has 30 hotels and casino destinations. Most have reopened as the coronavirus pandemic slows travel around the world and forces them to close. Two more, Park MGM and NoMad Las Vegas, are due to reopen on Wednesday. However, the company said last month that it was laying off 18,000 employees.