Sands unveils new mask policy for guests, workers

Las Vegas Sands Corp. is updating its covering insurance policies.

The firm, which operates The Venetian, Palazzo and the Sands Expo & Convention Center, will no longer require fully vaccinated company to wear masks “in most areas” of the property, in accordance to a Friday assertion.

The contemporary protection goes into lift out at 2 p.m. Friday. Today, workers are aloof required to wear firm-issued face masks.

The contemporary protection follows contemporary federal tips on covering. On Thursday, the the Facilities for Illness Modify and Prevention updated its steerage to claim that fully vaccinated other folks now no longer wish to wear a mask in most indoor and out of doorways settings.

Sands spokespeople did no longer straight answer to questions about which areas would and would no longer require masks, or the intention it may per chance possibly presumably check company’ vaccination space.

The Review-Journal is owned by the family of Sheldon Adelson, the tiring CEO and chairman of Las Vegas Sands Corp.

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