Companies are preparing for the state to issue further extensions if the spread of the virus continues.
US.- Casinos on Illinois will remain closed during April due to Coronavirus following an announcement from the state Gaming Board.
According to IGaming Business, the Gaming Board said that it would continue to monitor the situation and issue further updates to licensees and stakeholders when new information becomes available.
“The health and safety of patrons, gaming industry employees, Gaming Board staff, and all others in Illinois is the Gaming Board’s top priority,” the regulator said.
Yesterday, Nevada took the same measure. Gov. Steve Sisolak has extended the closure of “nonessential businesses” through the end of the month after the original directive was placed for 30 days on March 12.
Companies are said to be preparing for the state to issue another extension if the spread of the virus continues.