- Governor orders unprecedented closure of Nevada’s casinos for 30 days
- West Virginia, Kansas, Iowa and Missouri also shutter casinos
- MGM CEO asks President Trump for federal relief
Every gaming device in the state of Nevada must have been turned off by midnight on Tuesday, as Governor Steve Sisolak announced a 30-day state-wide closure of non-essential businesses.
The order from Sisolak Tuesday night follows similar moves made by more than a dozen other governors to close casinos as states have moved quickly to mitigate the risk of exposure to employees and guests from the coronavirus.
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