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LAS VEGAS – Unless you’re gambling behind a plexiglass barrier, in front of a slot machine or inside the sports book or lounge, forget about smoking at Cosmopolitan.
Smoking is now banned in The Strip resort’s public walkways and corridors.
The ban is part of a “continued effort to further protect the health and wellbeing of our guests and employees,” the hotel-casino said in a statement.
Masks are mandatory, but guests may briefly remove them while smoking in these designated areas:
In the casino while siting at a table game with plexiglass dividers In the casino while sitting at a slot machine