Casinos in Nevada and other States have faced major decline in business due to lockdowns and many are ready to welcome gamers and gamblers again. When gaming and entertainment enthusiasts will enter Las Vegas, Nevada-based Suncoast Hotel & Casino following a lengthy COVID-19 shutdown, they will have a new, innovative experience.
The Suncoast Hotel & Casino is all set to resume operations and welcome guests on June 4th under the state's phase 2 recovering plan, in compliance with Nevada Gov. Steve Sisolak’s directions. However, the casino operator has made a number of changes to adjust to new challenges created by the deadly COVID-19 pandemic.
Casino representatives revealed that the number of entrances to the property will be reduced to two as capacity will be curtailed to help prevent further transmissions of the deadly virus. The representatives stressed that they were very excited to get back to welcoming their guests.
David Strow, vice president of Boyd Gaming at the casino, said, “You know this has been a long two months for our company and our team members and really our entire city. The opportunity to get back to business and get back to welcoming our customers - it's time to start having some fun again.”
The changes or alterations at the entertainment property include Plexiglass, which will be installed at casino gaming tables and other areas such as bowling and bingo stations to help gamers avoid direct touch with others. It may be noted here that even a single touch of corona virus infected thing, place or person could infect a healthy individual. Bingo lovers will get the option to play the game digitally on an iPad.
Arrangements will be made for temperature screenings of team members as well as visitors with the help of non-invasive devices. In case a visitor’s temperature is recorded higher than 100.4, casino workers will him or her to an isolated area, where the person will undergo another temperature check. If the person’s temperature doesn’t go down, then he or she will be assisted in finding medical attention.
Throughout the casino, guests will also see huge blue signs on the floor, which will help visitors in maintaining proper distance from others. Moreover, just four people will be permitted to use an elevator at a time.
Revealing the Suncoast Hotel & Casino’s health safety protocols, representatives expressed hope that visitors would understand that the casino did whatever was necessary to ensure their health safety and well-being during fun time.