CAC Reunion Site Expands to 100% Capacity on Gaming Floor

CAC Reunion Site Expands to 100% Capacity on Gaming Floor

The Gold Coast Hotel and Casino has received permission from the Nevada Gaming Control Board to return to 100% capacity on it's gaming floor.

Masks are still required and all non-gaming areas remain at 80% capacity in compliance with Clark County directives.

The Gold Coast joins Wynn Las Vegas, Encore Las Vegas, Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas, the Strat, nine resorts from MGM Resorts, six resorts from Station Casinos, the Silverton, and nine Las Vegas casino floors from Caesars Entertainment, which all received approval to expand to 100 percent capacity. The Nevada Gaming Control Board says that individual resort properties can waive their county’s occupancy rates by applying directly to the board.

The waiver only applies to gaming floors. Restaurants, pools, and other non-gaming areas still adhere to Clark County’s mandate with 80 percent occupancy restrictions and three feet of social distancing. Masks are still mandated statewide.

Clark County, which is in charge of COVID-19 mitigation efforts, remains at 80 percent capacity, with the hope of expanding to 100 percent occupancy once 60 percent of residents receive a COVID-19 vaccine shot. The county reports 47 percent of eligible Clark County are vaccinated.