One week into the Las Vegas shut down due to Coronavirus, the Strip is fairly empty. No people on the streets and everything is closed.
RM2BBAEPXOne week into the Las Vegas shut down due to Coronavirus, the Strip is fairly empty. No people on the streets and everything is closed.
One week into the Las Vegas shut down due to Coronavirus, the Strip is fairly empty. No people on the streets and everything is closed.
RM2BBAEPEOne week into the Las Vegas shut down due to Coronavirus, the Strip is fairly empty. No people on the streets and everything is closed.
One week into the Las Vegas shut down due to Coronavirus, the Strip is fairly empty. No people on the streets and everything is closed.
RM2BBAEHJOne week into the Las Vegas shut down due to Coronavirus, the Strip is fairly empty. No people on the streets and everything is closed.
One week into the Las Vegas shut down due to Coronavirus, the Strip is fairly empty. No people on the streets and everything is closed.
RM2BBAEHYOne week into the Las Vegas shut down due to Coronavirus, the Strip is fairly empty. No people on the streets and everything is closed.
One week into the Las Vegas shut down due to Coronavirus, the Strip is fairly empty. No people on the streets and everything is closed.
RM2BBAEJBOne week into the Las Vegas shut down due to Coronavirus, the Strip is fairly empty. No people on the streets and everything is closed.
Sign on the door of closed CVS Pharmacy on the Las Vegas Strip. One week into the Las Vegas shut down due to Coronavirus, the Strip is fairly empty. M
RM2BBAEPPSign on the door of closed CVS Pharmacy on the Las Vegas Strip. One week into the Las Vegas shut down due to Coronavirus, the Strip is fairly empty. M
One week into the Las Vegas shut down due to Coronavirus, the Strip is fairly empty. Most residents seem to be heeding Governor Sisolak’s request you “Stay home for Nevada” with evidence of throughout Clark County, NV. Cleaning crew keeping up with the street maintenance and cleaning the public areas while the streets are empty. Photo Credit: Ken Howard/Alamy
RM2BAHY88One week into the Las Vegas shut down due to Coronavirus, the Strip is fairly empty. Most residents seem to be heeding Governor Sisolak’s request you “Stay home for Nevada” with evidence of throughout Clark County, NV. Cleaning crew keeping up with the street maintenance and cleaning the public areas while the streets are empty. Photo Credit: Ken Howard/Alamy
One week into the Las Vegas shut down due to Coronavirus, the Strip is fairly empty. Most residents seem to be heeding Governor Sisolak’s request you “Stay home for Nevada” with evidence of throughout Clark County, NV. The Empty Streets of Las Vegas Near the Wynn Resort on Las Vegas Blvd. Photo Credit: Ken Howard/Alamy
RM2BAHY8NOne week into the Las Vegas shut down due to Coronavirus, the Strip is fairly empty. Most residents seem to be heeding Governor Sisolak’s request you “Stay home for Nevada” with evidence of throughout Clark County, NV. The Empty Streets of Las Vegas Near the Wynn Resort on Las Vegas Blvd. Photo Credit: Ken Howard/Alamy
One week into the Las Vegas shut down due to Coronavirus, the Strip is fairly empty. Most residents seem to be heeding Governor Sisolak’s request you “Stay home for Nevada” with evidence of throughout Clark County, NV. The Empty Streets of Las Vegas Near The Aria Casino and Resort on Las Vegas Blvd. Photo Credit: Ken Howard/Alamy
RM2BAHY7DOne week into the Las Vegas shut down due to Coronavirus, the Strip is fairly empty. Most residents seem to be heeding Governor Sisolak’s request you “Stay home for Nevada” with evidence of throughout Clark County, NV. The Empty Streets of Las Vegas Near The Aria Casino and Resort on Las Vegas Blvd. Photo Credit: Ken Howard/Alamy
One week into the Las Vegas shut down due to Coronavirus, the Strip is fairly empty. Most residents seem to be heeding Governor Sisolak’s request you “Stay home for Nevada” with evidence of throughout Clark County, NV. The Empty Streets of Las Vegas Near the Fllamingo Casino and Resort on Las Vegas Blvd. Photo Credit: Ken Howard/Alamy
RM2BAHY7YOne week into the Las Vegas shut down due to Coronavirus, the Strip is fairly empty. Most residents seem to be heeding Governor Sisolak’s request you “Stay home for Nevada” with evidence of throughout Clark County, NV. The Empty Streets of Las Vegas Near the Fllamingo Casino and Resort on Las Vegas Blvd. Photo Credit: Ken Howard/Alamy
One week into the Las Vegas shut down due to Coronavirus, the Strip is fairly empty. Most residents seem to be heeding Governor Sisolak’s request you “Stay home for Nevada” with evidence of throughout Clark County, NV. The Empty Streets of Las Vegas Near The Flamingo Casino and Resort on Las Vegas Blvd. Photo Credit: Ken Howard/Alamy
RM2BAHY7MOne week into the Las Vegas shut down due to Coronavirus, the Strip is fairly empty. Most residents seem to be heeding Governor Sisolak’s request you “Stay home for Nevada” with evidence of throughout Clark County, NV. The Empty Streets of Las Vegas Near The Flamingo Casino and Resort on Las Vegas Blvd. Photo Credit: Ken Howard/Alamy
One week into the Las Vegas shut down due to Coronavirus, the Strip is fairly empty. Most residents seem to be heeding Governor Sisolak’s request you “Stay home for Nevada” with evidence of throughout Clark County, NV. The Empty Streets of Las Vegas Near The Aria Casino and Resort on Las Vegas Blvd. Photo Credit: Ken Howard/Alamy
RM2BAHY78One week into the Las Vegas shut down due to Coronavirus, the Strip is fairly empty. Most residents seem to be heeding Governor Sisolak’s request you “Stay home for Nevada” with evidence of throughout Clark County, NV. The Empty Streets of Las Vegas Near The Aria Casino and Resort on Las Vegas Blvd. Photo Credit: Ken Howard/Alamy