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How Vegas tourists scrambled to get home as coronavirus shut the city down
After Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak (D) ordered all nonessential businesses to shut down on March 18, tourists in Las Vegas found their hotels closing, forcing them to cut vacations short.
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