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Seven Feathers Casino will reopen on Friday

21 May 2020

Seven Feathers Casino Resort in Oregon will reopen on Friday, 22 May with reduced hours of operation (7 a.m. to 2:30 a.m.), limited capacity and masks required for guests playing table games.

"Since we closed our doors on March 17, we have been hard at work making upgrades to the property to ensure the health and safety of everyone who enters our doors," a message said on the casino's website. "You’ll find some delightful new surprises around the property waiting for you as well! The world around us has changed quite a bit since we’ve seen you last, but our team is eager to serve you with the same warmth, enthusiasm and attention to detail you have come to expect any time you visit us.

While we look forward to seeing everyone again, the health and safety of our guests and team members remain our highest priority. You may have seen many of the safety measures we are implementing already in place in businesses across our communities. These practices follow best outlines for sterilization, sanitization and social distancing that have been outlined by health industry experts.

"Also, the additional cleaning and sanitizing measures that were being taken before our closure will be continued indefinitely.

"As one of the nine federally recognized, sovereign Indian Tribal Governments in the state of Oregon, the Cow Creek Umpqua Tribe is grateful for the leadership of the tribal council. They have worked tirelessly to lead us through these trying times and ensure that every precaution is taken as we moved towards reopening the property. We are also grateful for the close collaboration of the state of Oregon, Governor Brown, other public officials and all front line workers who have worked hard to keep us all healthy and safe. Thank you."

Other precautions in place for table games include:

Dealers & supervisors will wear masks.
Guests must wear a mask to play table games.
The games offered are shoe-dealt blackjack (no single deck), baccarat and Spanish 21.
Every other table will be opened.
When a guest leaves the table, their chair, and the rail, will be sanitized.
Guests will not be allowed to stand behind the players on the game.
Supervisors are to stand a minimum of six feet away from each other, the dealers and the guests, wherever possible.
When a new dealer pushes into the game, they will:
Spray the cheques in the rack with disinfectant
Wipe the table
Sanitize the outside of the shoe, the paddle, and the toke box. If the game is dead, they will sanitize the inside of the shoe, the roller, and the discard rack.
If the dealer is pushing into baccarat, they will sanitize the reader board keypad.
Prior to every shuffle on blackjack and Spanish 21, the dealer will spray the rack with sanitizer.
After each shoe is completed on baccarat, the dealer will spray the cheques in the rack with disinfectant.
When a table closes, all of the chips will be taken out of the rack and disinfected.
Layouts, chairs and gaming equipment, will all be sanitized before and after closing.

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