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Chickasaw Nation casinos closed until 15 May

28 April 2020

Chickasaw Nation Governor Bill Anoatubby announced on 28 April that Chickasaw Nation businesses, historic sites and offices already closed to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 will remain closed through 15 May.

This includes all Chickasaw Nation Casino Operations: The Artesian Hotel Casino & Spa, Ada Gaming Center, Chickasaw Travel Stop - Ada Gaming West, Black Gold Casino, Border Casino, Chisholm Trail Casino, Chickasaw Travel Stop - Davis Gaming, Chickasaw Travel Stop - Thackerville, Gold Mountain Casino, Jet Stream Casino, Newcastle Casino, Newcastle Travel Gaming, Riverwind Casino, SaltCreek Casino, Texoma Casino, RiverStar Casino, Treasure Valley Casino & Hotel, Washita Casino, WinStar World Casino and Resort, Goldsby Gaming Center, Tishomingo Tobacco and Gaming

Chickasaw Travel Stop (CTS) locations will remain open as a public service.

Governor Anoatubby stated, “Health professionals advise that recent measures enacted to help mitigate the spread of the virus are beginning to work because of widespread participation. From health care workers and others working on the front lines of this pandemic to those who are staying home, we must all work together to continue this progress.

“Health professionals also advise to take a cautious approach toward reopening in order to preserve recent gains and prevent a resurgence in new cases.

"Therefore, our leadership team continues to monitor the data on an ongoing basis as we work to develop a comprehensive plan for a phased reopening of our operations while being mindful of protecting public health.”list of postponements, cancellations and closings.

We will continue to update this list regularly as the situation progresses. Thank you for your understanding during this time."

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