Oklahoma casinos begin to reopen

Oklahoma casinos begin to reopen

Norman-based casino Thunderbird has joined Tonkowa Casino and Osage Casino in reopening its doors to the public.

US.- Casinos in Oklahoma have begun to reopen for the first time since Covid-19 lockdown measures forced them to close their doors.

Norman-based casino Thunderbird has joined Tonkowa Casino and Osage Casino in reopening its doors to the public.

Hundreds of people queued outside the Thunderbird ahead of its reopening, with the casino operating under strict safety measures.

For the first week, the casino will provide guests with face masks but after that customers are expected to bring their own.

The casino will open under temporary hours from 10am to 10pm and at one-third capacity.

The first hour of opening will be reserved for people over the age of 50.

Meanwhile, tribal casino operators in Oklahoma recently pushed for statewide lockdowns to be extended until at least May 15.

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