Caesars Palace Social Distancing on the Casino Floor....

Foresthill

EOG Senior Member
#81
Contact tracing, theoretically, seems to be the right strategy but it also feels unrealistic.
The correct word is seems. It's a thought, not a "feeling".

In terms of contact tracing, I'm not sure I necessarily agree with it due to it being conducted through seeing where you have been with your cell phone. I'm okay with it if your asked where you have been and who you have been in contact that you personally know. The second way seems less invasive to me, but maybe it's a distinction without a difference.
 
#82
The correct word is seems. It's a thought, not a "feeling".

In terms of contact tracing, I'm not sure I necessarily agree with it due to it being conducted through seeing where you have been with your cell phone. I'm okay with it if your asked where you have been and who you have been in contact that you personally know. The second way seems less invasive to me, but maybe it's a distinction without a difference.

Moot point now

The testing results take too long to get back on average for their to be much to be gained from contact tracing 4-6 days after the test was initially taken. We didnt increase our lab capacity up to match our increasing testing capacity and increased rate of infections.
 
#83
The governor of Nevada has said that all bars in the Las Vegas and Reno areas will once again close, with restrictions placed on other establishments and businesses, as the state tries to control a second wave of new COVID-19 cases.

Gov. Steve Sisolak said that bars in several countries deemed a "hotspot" for coronavirus will be returning to Phase 1 of their "Roadmap to Recovery," as of 11:59 p.m. on Friday, July 10.

This means any bar which does not serve food must close or only provide curbside pickup and delivery where allowed.
 
#84
The governor of Nevada has said that all bars in the Las Vegas and Reno areas will once again close, with restrictions placed on other establishments and businesses, as the state tries to control a second wave of new COVID-19 cases.

Gov. Steve Sisolak said that bars in several countries deemed a "hotspot" for coronavirus will be returning to Phase 1 of their "Roadmap to Recovery," as of 11:59 p.m. on Friday, July 10.

This means any bar which does not serve food must close or only provide curbside pickup and delivery where allowed.
Important to state this correctly. Almost every bar in the state serves food because they have to in order to get the 15 machines. BUT, the big thing is all the restricted machines, those in the bars, the supermarkets, the convenience stores/gas stations, etc. have been ordered to close. So those bars that people normally go to for machines, like PTs, can stay open as restaurants, but not offer machines so they might as well close. AND bars inside casinos must close too, so this might upset some visitors to Nevada casinos. Can still order drinks, but can't sit at a bar to drink.
 
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