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MGM offering in-room COVID-19 testing at Las Vegas properties
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MGM Resorts International is now offering in-room COVID-19 testing at its Las Vegas properties in an effort to keep tourists safe during the pandemic.
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MGM initially closed all of its domestic properties last March and began reopening with restrictions in the second and third quarters of 2020. Its Mandalay Bay, Park MGM and Mirage properties reopened full-time on March 3 for the first time since last spring, according to a 2020 annual report released Tuesday.
"Convene with Confidence is a result of close consultation with health experts and our increased focus on leveraging innovation to not only provide a better guest experience – but a safer one as well," Bill Hornbuckle, MGM Resorts' CEO and president, said in a Wednesday statement.
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He added that MGM Resorts is "confident" the company has "built a program that enables companies to meet in person, giving them peace of mind as they do so."
On top of contactless check-in and increased cleaning routines, MGM has partnered with Community Ambulance to administer in-room COVID-19 tests at its Las Vegas resorts, according to a press release.