Las Vegas hotels putting new closures in place as pandemic surge continues into 2021 staff KABC logo
Thursday, December 31, 2020
MGM Resorts adopts smoke-free policy for Vegas Strip casino
One of the last Las Vegas Strip resorts to reopen after coronavirus closures will be the first to be smoke-free.

LAS VEGAS -- Make sure to check hotel availability before you visit Las Vegas.

Due to the coronavirus pandemic, several hotels on the strip have restrictions and closures.

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The Mirage just announced it will only take reservations for Thursday through Sunday stays, beginning Jan. 4 and into February.

Unlike a midweek hotel closure that took effect after Thanksgiving, this closure will encompass the entire hotel - including restaurants, the casino, spa, and signature volcano attraction.

Several hotels on the Strip have similar restrictions in place.

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