- Las Vegas gaming industry's coronavirus recovery expected by late 2022 or 2023, analyst says
- Nevada's recovery to reach pre-coronavirus revenue levels depends on effective treatment
- Macquarie poll finds 65 percent of respondents will not return to Las Vegas without a vaccine
It will continue to take some time for the Las Vegas gaming industry to recover from the economic devastation caused by the coronavirus pandemic, according to economists and industry analysts.
Jeremy Aguero, principal analyst with Las Vegas-based Applied Analysis, said his original estimate of an 18- to 36-month timeline for the gaming industry to recover from the pandemic "continues to be the right timeline today."
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