Pennsylvania Casinos To Close Again Starting Dec. 12
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf ordered all casinos to close again starting Saturday, December 12th. The order goes into effect at 12:01 a.m. on Monday, January 4th 2021. All 40 truck stop video gaming terminallocations are also shuttered on the same schedule.
Rivers Casino Philadelphia closed on Nov. 20 on orders from the City of Philadelphia. All casinos were ordered to close due to the virus. They had a phased reopening after being closed for months.
Pennsylvania Casinos To Close Again Starting Dec. 12. Live! Pittsburgh had just opened its doors on Nov. 24. A sister facility, Live. Casino Philadelphia, is under construction. It will open no later than the end of the first quarter of 2021.
Gaming officials are helping with the shutdown procedures. Pennsylvania Casinos will close again starting December 12.
Pennsylvania Casinos To Close Again Starting December 12. Public health and the safety of patrons, casino employees and others are of paramount importance.
The board is monitoring developments and will update licensees and the public as frequently as possible.
Pennsylvania Casinos To Close Again Starting December 12. Harrah's Philadelphia put out a memo to team members assuring them that they all will continue to earn pay and benefits through the closure period.
Reservations through Jan. 3 can be made at Mount Airy Casino Resort. Patrons can call (877) 682-4791 for additional information.
Pennsylvania Casinos To Close Again Starting Dec. 12. They will reopen on January 4th.
Pennsylvania Casinos To Close Again Starting December 12. PA horse tracks are still running for now.
Parx, Harrah's Philadelphia, Meadows and Penn National are open at this time of year. Mohegan Sun at Pocono and Presque Isle Downs are normally closed this period.
Wolf ordered outdoor gatherings and events of more than 50 people to cease. Outdoor dining, takeout food service and take-out alcohol sales may continue. In-person businesses that serve the public may operate at 50% of maximum capacity. Indoor operations at gyms and fitness facilities and in-Person indoor businesses in the entertainment industry are closed. Sports for K-12 students and extracurricular school activities must cease, but they can continue virtually.
Pennsylvania Casinos To Close Again Starting Dec. 12. The key points then were that casinos can reopen at 50% capacity, employees and guests must wear masks and there are markings on the floor to promote social distancing.
Pennsylvania Casinos To Close Again Starting December 12. Casins can reopen at 50% capacity.