Las Vegas Visits Plunge 64% in December

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Las Vegas casinos face a difficult recovery if they can’t lure visitors to their resorts, and the latest data from the Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority indicates the Strip is still a ghost town.

December visits to Las Vegas plunged 64% from the year-ago period. And in a sign that the spike in coronavirus cases at the end of last year chased consumers away, visits were down 17.6% from November. The authority also noted there was zero convention business (there hasn’t been any since April, when the city was shut down).

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