Las Vegas Strip and its surroundings will be fully open for vaccinated tourists, artists, buyers and visitors of clubs from June 1. On Tuesday, Clark district unanimously voted to abolition of restrictions, since the federal rules and state rules were mitigated due to the wide distribution of COVID vaccine.

At the same time, the district will not give up opportunities for owners of private business to adhere to the mastery and comply with other home rules for mitigating disease distribution. Masks will continue to be required in some controlled places, such as hospitals and medical facilities, as well as at airports and train stations, in airplanes, buses, trains and other public transport.

Centers for the control and prevention of diseases were announced last week that fully vaccinated people do not need to wear masks in most rooms. This changed the rules of the game: Governor Steve Sisolak immediately made amendments to the state of masks, bringing it in line with the CDC guidelines.

In turn, the Nevada Gambling Council, who regulates the activities of the casino, regardless of the districts, said that now all licensees will be allowed to follow the updated instructions.