MGM Resorts International will require COVID-19 vaccinations for salaried employees as a condition of employment. This makes it the first casino operator in the US and the first major employer in Nevada to do so.
MGM Resorts CEO Bill Hornbuckle announced the mandate in a letter to employees on Monday, covering more than 6,000 employees in eight states — Nevada, Michigan, Ohio, Mississippi, Massachusetts, Maryland, New York, and New Jersey — where the Las Vegas-based company operates nearly two dozen gaming and non-gaming properties.
It also stated that it intends to expand the vaccine mandate to include hourly employees and other positions.
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