Table Mountain Casino, which is owned and operated by the Table Mountain Rancheria, a federally recognised tribe of Native American people, has today announced via a statement from the Tribal Council and Casino Board of Directors that its property will be re-opening on Monday 8th June 2020.
Preparations are currently underway to ‘welcome back’ guests from the above date at 10am and operating until 2am, with a closure period of seven hours for continuous cleaning and sanitation of the property.
The venue has been closed since the middle of March 2020 due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic and is now implementing a series of measures in light of the health crisis.
Teams have been working behind closed doors to prepare the casino for its re-opening with an ‘extensive and aggressive Health and Sanitation Program’ with a heavy focus on health and safety to protect guests, employees and the tribe.
In addition, the operator of the casino has issued a comprehensive list of the new measures under the title of ‘New Standards of Operations’ so that customers can familiarise themselves with what to expect from the re-opening date.
Measures include: reduced capacity of just 25% of active slot machines, capped guest occupancy of no more than 650 at any one time, active players only, no loitering, mandatory temperature checks, mandatory mask usage, social distancing signage and no table games, poker or bingo will be available at the casino until another statement is issued.
The tribal council and casino board have stated that they will adjust any measures accordingly once the re-opening has taken place.
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