In these unprecedented times, what happens in Vegas, doesn't stay in Vegas.
A cellphone data revealed that casinos in Las Vegas are a major hotbed for the spread of COVID-19. Contact tracing has proved to be futile as tourists return to their homes across the nation.
Las Vegas casinos reopened on June 4, and have become a possible major hotbed for the transmission of the novel coronavirus, according to public health experts. If tourists get to return home and tests positive for COVID-19, then the act of contact tracing amid a pandemic is practically rendered useless in the event a huge outbreak arises.
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