(THE HILL) -- Las Vegas mayor Carolyn Goodman (I) on Wednesday doubled down on her aggressive push to reopen the city's casinos and hotels amid the outbreak of the novel coronavirus.
However, she said the responsibility would fall on businesses to ensure it was done in a safe manner.
"That’s up to them to figure out. I don’t own a casino," Goodman, who previously called the closure of nonessential businesses "total insanity," said in an interview on CNN.
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