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Mount Airy Casino Resort to reopen doors on 22 June

18 June 2020

Mount Airy Casino Resort is going to be reopening its doors starting next week. On Monday, 22 June the Pennsylvania resort will welcome back guests with new protocols. The below message is the announcement posted on Mount Airy's website.

"We are excited to announce that Mount Airy Casino Resort will be open and ready to welcome guests on Monday, June 22 beginning at 12:00 p.m. pending Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) approval. There is nothing more important to us than the health and safety of you, our most valued guests, and our team members, so we would like to take this opportunity to share what has been done to prepare the property for your return, and what you can expect to see as we welcome you back.

Over the past 14 weeks, the Mount Airy team has been diligently cleaning and sanitizing the entire property with EPA approved cleaning and sanitizing agents and following CDC guidance for workplace cleanliness and safety. To maintain these standards, key team members have attended cleanliness, sanitation and safety training classes conducted by Ecolab, a global leader in water, food safety and public health technologies. We want to ensure that you have the safest and most enjoyable experience possible.

The entire casino will be cleaned and disinfected frequently and you will find newly-added hand sanitizing stations throughout the property to ensure that all guests and staff are cleaning their hands as frequently as possible along with disinfecting wipes for slot machines. We have also installed plexiglass dividers at all “transactional locations.” Guidelines specific to each activity and area of our property can be found below and were designed in accordance with the CDC and PGCB.

In accordance with PGCB guidelines we will only be accepting 50% of our maximum casino occupancy at one time. Casino occupancy will be tracked using bi-directional trackers located at each entrance to the casino floor. Additionally, security will be in communication with Slot Operations, Table Game Operations and Surveillance in order to ensure compliance."

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