US casinos begin to close again due to coronavirus
Several US casinos have been re-closed or have been instructed to suspend operations for a specified period. In Miami, the Churchill Downs’ Calder Casino, Hialeah Park, Casino Miami and Magic City have already closed. The Gila River Indian Community has suspended three casinos in the Phoenix area for the second time.
In Michigan, two employees at the Legends Diner restaurant at the Soaring Eagle Casino tested positive for Covid-19. Rush Street's Rivers Casino in Pittsburgh has been ordered to close for a week after an employee tested positive for the coronavirus.
All Mississippi casinos have required visitors to wear face masks. Similar measureswere taken at the end of June in all casinos in Las Vegas.
Nevada Governor Steve Sisolak warned that all gambling establishments must comply with mandatory wearing of masks. Otherwise the casinos will be closed again. The US has the highest number of cases of Covid-19 in the world. The authorities decide to re-close gambling establishments amid a growing number of infected. At the same time in the UK, the governmentis in no hurry to reopen land-based casinos despite the fact that the number of new patients with confirmed coronavirus is decreasing daily.