Michigan casino named Covid-19 exposure site

Visitors who attended between October 2-4 should self-monitor.
Visitors who attended between October 2-4 should self-monitor.

The casino will remain open, having carried out a full disinfection following official protocols.

US.- The Little River Casino Resort in Manistee was identified by health officials as a site of Covid-19 exposure after a visitor who attended on three consecutive days tested positive.

The visitor in question attended the property on October 2, 3 and 4, between 6pm and 2am, officials said.

District Health Department No. 10 has urged anyone who visited the property during the period to self-monitor for coronavirus symptoms and to stay away from others as much as possible for 14 days from the date.

The casino will remain open, closely following US Department of Health and Human Services protocols and continuously monitoring the situation.

It has undertaken a full disinfection and any staff members with a positive test will be required to self-isolate for 14 days.

Little River already required guests to wear face masks, except while dining in the restaurant or eating or drinking on the gaming floor.