Masks Required, But Detroit Casinos Should Be At Full Capacity By July

Masks Required, But Detroit Casinos Should Be At Full Capacity By July

Detroit casinos will be able to operate at full capacity by July 1. The current 30% capacity restrictions on Greektown Casino, MGM Grand Detroit and MotorCity Casino will end. On Saturday, the MGCB revised its order and lifted the mask requirement for vaccinated individuals.

Detroit casinos still require masks. Some tribal casinos no longer require them. Ojibwa Casinos in Baraga and Marquette allow you to take your mask off if you're seated at a slot machine.

Detroit casinos closed on March 16, 2020. They reopened in August, then closed again in November for six weeks. The state's original restrictions were for 15% maximum capacity. Now, the restrictions have been changed to 30%.

Detroit fell to 10th in casino markets in 2020. The industry revenue dropped 31.3% nationally to $30.0 billion. Mississippi’s Gulf Coast, Philadelphia, St. Louis and Nevada”s Boulder Strip came out on top.

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