Two swimming pools at a Las Vegas Strip resort have reopened after a two-week closure from the Southern Nevada Well being District.
Well being officers confirmed that the north and south swimming pools at Planet Hollywood had been permitted to reopen Tuesday following an inspection that day.
“SNHD employees decided that the required corrective actions involving lifeguards and different points had been taken,” public data officer Dave Sheehan stated in an e-mail.
District officers shut down the swimming pools on the mid-Strip resort, a Caesars Leisure property, on June 12 after they discovered water chemistry violations and inattentive lifeguards on web site. Caesars officers stated on the time they had been working with SNHD and directed company to swimming pools at neighboring properties, Horseshoe and Paris Las Vegas.
“We care in regards to the well being and security of our company,” Caesars officers stated in a press release. “Planet Hollywood has addressed all points offered to us by the Southern Nevada Well being District. The swimming pools at Planet Hollywood have now re-opened, and we apologize for the inconvenience induced to our company.”
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