Vegas Baby!

Howdy! Today’s #MondayMood is excitement – your Travel Gurus are super excited about things getting back to normal here in the fabulous US and Las Vegas announcing it’s back to 100% capacity is another giant step towards that normalcy!

Here is the scoop according to Visit Las Vegas:

Effective June 1st, Las Vegas has returned to pre-pandemic guidelines, including removing all restrictions involving capacity limits, large gatherings and more.

Following CDC guidance, fully vaccinated people no longer need to wear a mask in any setting except where required by federal, state, local, tribal or territorial laws, rules and regulations, including local business and workplace guidelines. Masks will still be required on public transportation and transportation hubs per CDC guidance, and it is recommended that those who are not vaccinated continue wearing masks and following social distancing and other precautions until fully vaccinated.

Never been to Las Vegas? Used to be a regular fixture on the strip? No matter what your status, trust your Travel Gurus to curate the perfect Vegas experience to introduce you to this fabulous mecca or to reacquaint you with it – because – Vegas – What Happens Here. Only Happens Here!

Namaste!

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