Las Vegas casinos are being shut down because of a virus.
The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department says it is the first virus in the US to be detected in the gaming industry since the advent of video poker.
The virus is called Encore and it can be transmitted via the air or through the water.
The city is still looking into what is causing the virus, but the city is not ruling out that the virus is a virus of some kind.
Las Vegas has been hit with a number of similar outbreaks, but no virus of the magnitude seen in the current outbreak is as widespread.
What’s happening at the casino?
Casinos have been shut down for more than two weeks due to the virus.
On Thursday, MGM Resorts International announced that all its slot machines and tables would be closed for a time, and all the video poker machines would also be closed.
The Wynn Resorts and other casino operators also announced they would be closing down.
MGM is also running its own virus test to see if the virus could have spread from one person to another.
The Las Vegas Strip is one of the biggest casinos in the world.
It opened in 1967 and has more than 20 casinos across Nevada and Arizona.