Prominent Las Vegas resorts in the U.S. state of Nevada announced they are closing down their properties temporarily amid worries about the rapidly spreading of coronavirus.

Wynn Resorts and MGM Resorts announced temporary closures Monday.

Assuring guests of full refund, Wynn Resorts said its Wynn Las Vegas and Encore hotels on the world-famous Las Vegas strip will close for at least two weeks starting Tuesday at 6 p.m. local time.

MGM Resorts in a statement said it will temporarily close at the end of Tuesday and will not be taking reservations for arrivals before May 1.

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