After Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman called Wednesday for the swift reopening of hotels and casinos, many who earn their livelihoods in such establishments said they were afraid to return unless strict safety measures were introduced for themselves and guests. Although Goodman said the businesses should reopen, she provided no guidelines on how they should handle social distancing and other safety measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. “I want us open in the city of Las Vegas so our people can go back to work,” Goodman said in a CNN interview. She was asked how that could be accomplished while prioritizing employees’ safety by implementing social distancing. “That’s up to them to figure out. I don’t own a casino,” she said. Read more at NBC News.