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Boyd Gaming temporarily closes Valley Forge Casino Resort

13 March 2020

(PRESS RELEASE) -- Boyd Gaming Corporation today announced that Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf today ordered the closure of all public schools, entertainment venues and community centers in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, as a precautionary measure due to local cases of COVID-19. This includes Valley Forge Casino Resort.

While there have been no reported cases at the property, the company will close Valley Forge to the public on Friday, 13 March at 6 a.m. EDT. The company currently expects Valley Forge will remain closed until Friday, 27 March, in compliance with the governor's directive.

Customers who have reservations at Valley Forge during the closure period should call (610) 354-8118 for further information and assistance.

The safety and well-being of our team members and customers is our utmost priority. Starting in February, Boyd Gaming has been following stringent CDC-recommended protocols at its properties nationwide, including frequent hand-washing by team members, increased placement of hand sanitizers and increased sanitation of frequently-touched surfaces. The Company has been advising all team members who are experiencing flu-like symptoms to go home immediately and contact their health care professional.

The Company is continuing to monitor developments related to COVID-19 and reinforcing policies as necessary.

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