Gov. John Carney is lifting lockdown measures with casinos among many businesses allowed to welcome customers through their doors.
US.- Casinos in Delaware will start to reopen from Monday (June 1), as the state looks to ease Covid-19 lockdown measures first imposed in March.
Delaware’s three casinos at Dover Downs, Delaware Park and Harrington will open with a limited 30 per cent capacity.
Gov. John Carney is lifting lockdown measures from June 1, with casinos among many businesses allowed to welcome customers through their doors, but with additional safety measures in place.
All three casinos were required to submit a plan for reopening to the Division of Small Business before being allowed resume operations, of which they all complied.
Employees and customers in the casinos will wear masks while also having their temperature checked regularly.
During the lockdown in April, Delaware’s online gambling revenues soared by 39 per cent with many customers placing bets at home.