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LAS VEGAS, Nevada (WJW) – Casinos in Las Vegas were allowed to reopen June 4, and many of them welcomed back visitors at 12:01 a.m.

The Las Vegas strip has been closed for 78 days due to the spread of coronavirus.

Some people lined up to be the first ones back in the casinos.

Fireworks celebrated the grand reopening.

Buffets and shows will remain closed.

Many casinos have added plexiglass and social distancing signs and are supposed to operate at 50% capacity.

Casinos will also be including temperature checks and increasing sanitization of machines, dice, and chips.

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