Ohio casinos back to full hours after Covid-19 closures

The state's curfew has now ended.
The state's curfew has now ended.

Both JACK Entertainment and MGM Northfield Park have resumed normal hours after the state-wide curfew was lifted.

US.- Casinos in Ohio are back to full hours after a curfew was imposed in November because of a rise in the number of Covid-19 cases in the state.

Governor Mike DeWine announced on Thursday that the state-wide curfew had been lifted.

JACK Entertainment announced it would resume 24-hour operations just an hour after the announcement.

Chief executive officer Mark Dunkeson, said in a press release: “We are enthusiastic to once again offer non-stop gaming entertainment and excited that it coincides with the opening of 3,000 square-feet of brand new gaming space at JACK Thistledown Racino, as well as our continued offerings of the newest slots and live table games at JACK Cleveland Casino.”

MGM Northfield Park also announced it would resume full-time operations immediately.

Company president David Tsai said: “We’re excited to expand our hours of operation and welcome more of our team members back to work.”

Both establishments said the correct protocols would be in place to minimise the spread of Covid-19.

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