Here's How You Can Get Paid To Wear A Mask In Las Vegas

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Las Vegas is now reopened to tourists, and visitors are still encouraged to wear masks and social distancing in the casinos. But judging by pics and videos, not many people are following the recommendations. So Caesars found a way to help getting people to wear their masks. Money

Over the weekend, Caesars Entertainment, which has 5 casinos open on The Strep, launched a promotion where a team of employees walked around Caesars Palace, Paris, Flamingo, The Linq and Harrah's, and they were offering $20 to encourage guests to wear a mask. What's the catch you ask? Only Caesars Rewards members are eligible for the free $20, but it's easy to sign up and become a rewards member. By the end of the weekend, Caesars Entertainment handed out $7,500 to 375 guests.

So if you're planning a trip, but are still a little worried about COVID-19, Nevada is one of the states seeing a rise in cases since reopening. Masks were originally only recommended for gamblers, but now the Nevada Gaming Commision is requiring gamblers to wear masks at table games with no barriers. Some are even saying to make it mandatory for visitors in all public spaces.

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