Temporary closures have halted all businesses on the Strip. However, Treasure Island in Las Vegas has different plans. The resort is currently accepting reservations for an arrival date of May 15.\nUnder the COVI9-19 information tab on Las Vegas' Treasure Island Resort's website reads in bold and yellow highlight, "We are currently accepting reservations for arrivals beginning May 15, 2020 (subject to change)."\nBy the Nevada Governor's Stay At Home order, temporary closures for non-essential businesses was extended to April 30, 2020.\nHowever, in an interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper, Gov. Steve Sisolak said, "[he'd] love everything open," but that "We are clearly not ready to open."\nSisolak's response comes after Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman made bold statements on her desire to reopen casinos.\nDuring an interview, Goodman says she wants casinos open, but when asked how social distancing can be achieved, she said, "That's up for them to figure out. I don't own a casino. I don't know anything about building a casino."\nDespite the mayor's push to reopen casinos and hotels, that power lies with the Nevada Gaming Control Board.\nOn Wednesday, the board released licensing plans and procedures for businesses to follow after the temporary closure.\nThere's currently no update on whether Nevada's stay at home order will be extended.\nIn light of the stay at home order ending on April 30, Treasure Island issued a statement on their website, "We will be monitoring the ongoing situation and follow the advice of federal, state and local government and health agencies."\nPeople who are looking to return to Las Vegas after May 14 are able to book reservations with Treasure Island, however, bookings are subject to change as they are monitoring the situation closely.\nReservations can be placed for an arrival date of May 15 and onward.\nUpon searching for more details, the resort then directs you to its special offer page where you can receive discounts on stays.