Las Vegas will officially reopen its casino resorts on June 4th. The governor has approved the safety plans proposed by the major casino resorts and has given approval for Phase 2 reopening. The majority of the casino resorts will reopen on this date with some limitations.

Many of the restaurants will reopen with limited seating to allow for social distancing. Digital ordering or one-time-use menus will be used for all dining experiences to reduce the potential for exposure.

Casino resorts like Wynn and Venetian will implement temperature checks and hand out disposable masks to guests upon entering the facilities. MGM has stated that all its properties will implement a multi-layered safety program to protect guests, including new amenity packages in hotel rooms that include hand sanitizer and disposable masks.

All casino resorts have stated that they will enforce social distancing rules, have implemented more touch-less technology, and they will have 24-hour cleaning and sanitizing taking place throughout the properties.

Day and Night clubs will remain closed throughout the strip, and the different shows and performances that Las Vegas is famous for will also stay shuttered at this time. Reps for the casino resorts have stated that as the law allows and as demand increases, more amenities will open in the hotels and casinos. Some shows will be available but at limited capacity.

The Las Vegas Strip has been closed for over two months. All major casino resorts have stated that during this period, they have sanitized all their rooms and public areas to make it safe for visitors and employees to enjoy the casino resorts and amenities when they reopen.

Adam Luehrs is a contributing writer at GET.com based in California. He likes traveling to new and exciting destinations, preferably on his credit card company's dime. When not on the road, Adam enjoys hiking around the mountains of San Diego, trying out new food and reading history books. Email: adam.luehrs@get.com.