Cosmopolitan workers say resort isn’t disclosing spread of coronavirus among employees Bailey Schulz, Las Vegas Review-Journal · June 29, 2020 at 3:37 pm Employees of The Cosmopolitan of Las Vegas have reported a growing number of casino floor workers testing positive for COVID-19 and are frustrated by the company’s response. The Strip property, which reopened June 4 following the state-mandated shutdown to curb the spread of the coronavirus, announced last week that two concierge employees had tested positive the week before. But the spread of the virus is far worse, according to workers. Various staff members told the Review-Journal more than 15 staff members have been infected since then. As of Monday morning, the Review-Journal had interviewed six employees and had been in contact with a total of nine Cosmopolitan workers who have said they are concerned for their health and safety.