Vital Vegas Podcast, Ep. 111: Vegas is Open-ish

Las Vegas casinos are open again, and we’ve got all the scoop about this surreal chapter in Sin City history.

We check out a number of newly-reopened casinos to see what’s changed temporarily and what may be here to stay. From temperature checks to Plexiglas dividers at table games, you’ll get the inside skinny on how new protocols are altering the Las Vegas experience.

Masks Las Vegas casinos

Masks have been banned in casinos forever. Now, not so much.

This episode features an interview with Jonathan Jossel, CEO of Plaza Las Vegas.

Plaza is one of our favorite places to play downtown, and we highly recommend a podcast Jossel and his team put out, On the Corner of Main Street.

Jonathan Jossel deftly takes on our annoying questions and provides insights into what it’s like to reopen a Las Vegas casino following a lockdown, and also shares what’s next for the Plaza.

Plaza Las Vegas

You know the place, now, meet the guy.

We also speak with the co-host of Tipping the Odds Las Vegas podcast, epidemiologist Dr. Kevin Maki.

Maki has participated in more than 250 clinical trials and observational studies as an investigator, consultant or statistician, and he’s our go-to for translating data into plain English.

There’s also the usual pointless crap we slapped together at the last minute, so gird your loins and take a listen.

8 thoughts on “Vital Vegas Podcast, Ep. 111: Vegas is Open-ish

  1. Face the Ace

    This is my second favorite Vegas podcast. It’s not No. 1, and it’s not close. Sorry, but that’s true.

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  2. Craig Stambaugh

    My go to website for Vegas news. I have been a Vital Vegas fan for years. I have recently begun listening to the podcasts. Very entertaining. Keep up the great work. We’ve had two trips to Vegas scrapped so far this year. Late April for my birthday and this Father’s Day Weekend. But we are itching to make it to our favorite city. So here we come late July into August. Woo Hoo.

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  3. Brandon Outfall

    Plaza should re-name itself back to Union Plaza and add that to the marquee before someone from Woke (TM) Inc. looks up and gets victimized by the array of overlapping swastikas they see up there.

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