MGM Resorts Las Vegas—including the Mandalay Bay, Park MGM and The Mirage resorts—has resumed 24/7 hotel operations.
“As we begin to see positive signs around the public’s sentiment about traveling, coupled with important progress on the vaccination front and decreasing COVID-19 case numbers, bringing Mandalay Bay, Park MGM and The Mirage back to full-week operations is an important step for us,” says Bill Hornbuckle, MGM Resorts’ CEO & President, in a statement. “We remain optimistic about Las Vegas’ recovery and our ability to bring employees back to work as business volumes allow us to do so.”
Las Vegas casinos first reopened in November at 25% capacity and expanded to 35% capacity on Feb. 15. By March 15, local guidelines are set to allow casinos to open at 50% capacity.
In accordance with state guidelines, live entertainment shows will also return to the stage later this month.
Beginning March 21, Emmy Award-winning illusionist David Copperfield is slated to wow audiences at MGM Grand with his stage production, Live The Impossible.