By CBSLA Staff

LAS VEGAS (CBSLA) — In a town famous for its 24-hour, 7-day a week nightlife, one of the biggest resorts in Las Vegas will start out the new year on a weekends-only schedule.

In a tweet Monday, The Mirage said that it would temporarily open each week Thursdays at noon through Monday at noon starting Jan. 4, 2021.

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“These temporary hours of operation include the casino, hotel and dining establishments in addition to all other resort amenities,” The Mirage said.

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The Rio has also modified its operations, keeping its gaming floor open seven days a week, but only accommodating stays between Thursdays and Mondays.

Nevada extended its coronavirus precautions through Jan. 15, requiring casinos, restaurants and bars to remain at 25% capacity. The precautions also require that reservations must be made in order to eat at a restaurant.

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Las Vegas is a popular travel destination for the holidays among Southern Californians, who are being urged to avoid all non-essential travel while a stay-at-home order for the region is in effect.