Culinary Union workers held a caravan protest along the Las Vegas Strip on Tuesday.

LAS VEGAS (FOX5) -- The Culinary Union said 10,000 members participated in the caravan protest on the Las Vegas Strip on Tuesday.

Members protested demanding transparency from Las Vegas Strip properties for the reopening plans and asked for more protections against workers and tourists. 

As of Tuesday, MGM Resorts, Caesars Entertainment, Treasure Island, Wynn and Las Vegas Sands had released their plans including social distancing measures and extra cleaning. 

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The Culinary is so full of themselves. I don't think they should be asking for any raises these day or try to get more in their contract. Many of them will be out of work.


There wasn't even close to 10,000. WOW noway no how. A few thousand and that's it. Don't believe the hyped up numbers.

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