A look inside Las Vegas’ empty Caesars Palace during the coronavirus pandemic

Very few people – mostly workers and executives – populated the iconic Las Vegas casino on Thursday, May 28, 2020.

The slot machines are strangely quiet inside Caesars Palace, a place that is rarely quiet.

A steel wall separates the Caesars Palace casino and the Forum Shops.

Slot machine rows have been limited to two chairs per bank. The center screens have been shot down to create space between gamblers.

Slot machine rows have been limited to two chairs per bank. The center screens have been shot down to create space between gamblers.

Poker machine rows have been limited to two chairs per bank. The center screens have been shot down to create space between gamblers.

Less than a week after reopening, the hallways of Caesars Palace remain empty.

Less than a week after reopening, the hallways of Caesars Palace remain empty.

Table games are empty on May 28, 2020 – less than a week before the reopening of Caesars Palace.

Table games are empty on May 28, 2020 – less than a week before the reopening of Caesars Palace.

The empty cashier cage inside Caesars Palace.

Table games are empty on May 28, 2020 – less than a week before the reopening of Caesars Palace.

The entrance to the high limit table games at Caesars Palace.

Inside the high limit table games room at Caesars Palace.

Inside the high limit table games room at Caesars Palace.

The check-in area at Caesars Palace on May 28, 2020.

The check-in area at Caesars Palace on May 28, 2020.

Less than a week after reopening, the hallways of Caesars Palace remain empty.

Less than a week after reopening, the hallways of Caesars Palace remain empty.

The pool at Caesars Palace remains drained on May 28, 2020.

The Caesars Palace wedding chapel is empty on May 28, 2020.

The escalators leading to Caesars Palace convention center space reman shut down on May 28, 2020.

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