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Wynn Resorts has unveiled its plan to slowly begin reopening it’s Las Vegas resorts next month. Wynn will use thermal cameras to steer people away with high temperatures, alter layouts to ensure social distancing and all employees will wear masks. Wynn closed its properties on March 17 and plans to pay all full- and part-time employees for 60 days, through May 15, including an estimate for tips. The company is losing about $3 million a day, $180 million over two months, due to the shutdown.