CASINO WORLD NEWS Security measures cause problems with reopening casinos 2 years ago Iwo Bulski Post Views: 2,321 Wearing masks raises concerns for the casino operations, as surveillance staff would find it difficult to identify people barred from a casino through a government exclusion list. It would also be hard to make sure chips are sanitized quickly enough for each game. Hard Rock in Las Vegas may require 10 to 15 feet between guests and every employee and guest would be wearing a mask. The COVID-19 pandemic is expected to bring several changes to US casinos’ layout when they are able to reopen, which could still be weeks away. With many decisions yet to be made, potential safety measures being considered in casinos across the country include temperature scans at the door, a half or third of slot machines working, every other table closed, and plexiglass barriers between dealers and customers or separating slot machines. Wearing masks could be a requirement for dealers and servers in many places. Workers may be standing by to wipe down slot machines, kiosks and even elevator buttons as soon as someone is done touching them. One Las Vegas casino plans to hand out plastic sticks for pressing the buttons. Several casino executives in Atlantic City and Las Vegas acknowledged those are among the issues they are grappling with, and they note that state officials could still change the specifics of their plans before any reopening. Casinos in the Chinese enclave of Macau have reopened, adopting many of the measures U.S. casinos are considering. Business has been slow to return. At check-in, each guest would get an amenity bag including a pointer for touching elevator buttons, a bottle of hand sanitizer and a COVID-19 information card. A spray bottle of disinfectant and towels intended for cleaning will be in each guest room. Every other slot machine would be turned off to create space between gamblers, and table games would have a maximum of three chairs. Based by yogonet.com About Post Author Iwo Bulski Issues related to the gambling business is engaged in more than 30 years. My empirical experience gives me the opportunity to present events and companies from this business with full knowledge and industry knowledge. See author's posts Iwo BulskiIssues related to the gambling business is engaged in more than 30 years. My empirical experience gives me the opportunity to present events and companies from this business with full knowledge and industry knowledge. Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Print Tags: Casinos, Las Vegas, Macau, security measures Continue Reading Previous Wazdan add a fruity twist with latest launch, Lucky 9™Next Gambling in Nigeria: a blighted future or potential for success? More Stories CASINO NIGERIA Two incredibly exciting live game in the live casino sector 11 hours ago Iwo Bulski CASINO WORLD NEWS Gauselmann Group is granted licence for virtual slot-machine gaming 13 hours ago Szarlot ONLINE WORLD NEWS Slotegrator will take part in the Sigma Balkans & CIS Summit 3 days ago Iwo Bulski CASINO WORLD NEWS Top actors who play in online casino games 4 days ago Samuel EXPERTS WORLD NEWS WhatsApp allows people to sneak out of group chats 4 days ago Samuel ONLINE WORLD NEWS AstroPay Seeks to Bolster Growth with Affiliate Program 6 days ago Samuel EXPERTS WORLD NEWS Answers to the iGaming industry’s most pressing questions 7 days ago Samuel ONLINE WORLD NEWS 4 sales-boosting modules from Slotegrator’s new platform 2 weeks ago Iwo Bulski CASINO Why do people love slot machines? 3 weeks ago Samuel ONLINE WORLD NEWS Keep VIP programs compliant with the right bonus module 3 weeks ago Iwo Bulski EXPERTS WORLD NEWS Slotegrator reviews the worldwide trend of gambling legalization 3 weeks ago Iwo Bulski ONLINE WORLD NEWS TVBET unites forces with Technamin 4 weeks ago Iwo Bulski Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment * Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.