As Southern Nevada prepared to open its isolation and quarantine facility for the homeless population, Caesars Palace stepped up to help the new facility get ready.
The Clark County-City of Las Vegas ISO-Q (Isolation and Quarantine) Complex at Cashman Center will support up to 500 patients.
To help the patients at the facility, Caesars Palace donated 600 bedsheets, 400 pillowcases and 200 pillows.
Additionally, through the 2019 Foundation Grant to Clean the World, Caesars Entertainment is providing 800 hygiene kits to the facility.
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The “first-of-its-kind” in the nation facility has three separate areas for homeless people: one for those who are quarantined because they were exposed to coronavirus but are asymptomatic, an isolation area for those with symptoms and awaiting results, and a third section for those who are in isolation with confirmed coronavirus test results.