Boyd Gaming extends closure dates for its casinos

The casino operator Boyd Gaming, owner of several casinos across the US, decided to extend the shutdown to help to contain the spread of Coronavirus.
Boyd Gaming has extended its casinos' closure.

The casino operator Boyd Gaming, owner of several casinos across the US, decided to extend the shutdown to help to contain the spread of Coronavirus.

US.- Casino operator Boyd Gaming has announced extensions of temporary casino closures in Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Ohio and Pennsylvania.

The Illinois property will stay shut until April 8 and the Belterra Resort and Blue Chip in Indiana will stay closed until April 6. The Amelia Belle, Delta Downs, Evangeline Downs, Sam’s Town Shreveport and Treasure Chest, all in Louisiana, are closed until April 12.

In Ohio, the Belterra Park will remain shut until April 6 and in Pennsylvania, the Valley Forge will close until a date yet to be announced.

Boyd Gaming Corporation is the owner of an array of gaming properties in different parts of the United States of America. The firm also owns entertainment centres, restaurants, shopping, and recreational facilities in the country. 

While US government is taking measures to contain the spread of the Coronavirus, some companies decided to voluntarily close doors to help make people stay at home.

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