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COVID-19 Casino Tracker

Check the current operating status and restrictions for commercial casino properties.
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COVID-19 Casino Tracker

July 19, 2021

The COVID-19 pandemic closed all commercial and tribal casino properties in the United States. With casinos again being open for business, this map tracks state-mandated operating restrictions for commercial casino properties. Local governments in some areas impose additional restrictions and individual properties may choose to set still more stringent policies. Please contact an individual casino property for a complete understanding of their operating status.

Casino COVID-19 Heat Map
State-by-State Key Operating Restrictions

Arkansas: No occupancy limit but casino capacity should not exceed the ability of attendees to maintain six feet physical distance between individuals or household groups. LINK

Colorado: Casinos can operate at fullcapacity with no additional restrictions, except for indoor mask requirements implemented by the State of Colorado or Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment (CDPHE). LINK

Delaware: Casinos can operate at full capacity after Delaware eliminated social distancing requirements and removed capacity restrictions on May 21. LINK

Florida: Commercial casinos can operate at full capacity with limited social distancing protocols.

Illinois: Casinos are allowed to operate at full capacity after the State of Illinois moved to Phase 5 of the Restore Illinois framework on June 11. LINK

Indiana: Each Indiana casino is required to work with its local health department on its health and safety plan. Currently, few or no casinos have capacity limitations in place. LINK

Iowa: Casinos are not mandated to operate with social distancing measures in place, but they are still strongly encouraged to take such reasonable measures. LINK

Kansas: Casinos can operate at full capacity.

Louisiana: Casinos can operate without capacity limits, though social distancing and the mask mandate remain in place along with any other additional measures that may be required by the State Fire Marshal. LINK

Maine: Casinos can operate at full capacity. LINK

Maryland: Casino capacity restrictions have been lifted at all six casinos, but some slot machine and table game seats cannot be occupied because casinos continue to comply with social-distancing guidelines. LINK

Massachusetts: Casinos can operate at full capacity. LINK

Michigan: Casinos can operate at full capacity after Michigan rescinded most COVID-19 restrictions on June 22. LINK

Mississippi: Casinos can operate at full capacity without state-mandated restriction, but are free to set their own COVID-19 safety guidelines. All casinos must continue to follow other state and local rules that aim to slow the spread of the coronavirus. LINK

Missouri: Casinos are permitted to operate without occupancy limitations, as long as physical-distancing practices are followed. Some counties and cities have such capacity restrictions in place.

Nevada: Casinos can operate without social distancing and occupancy limitations. LINK

New Jersey: Casinos can operate without capacity limits, but must ensure that all individuals or groups of people can remain six feet apart. LINK

New Mexico: Racinos can operate at full capacity. LINK

New York: Casinos can operate at full capacity, with capacity restrictions and social distancing rules being optional. LINK

Ohio: Commercial casinos can operate at full capacity after remaining coronavirus health orders expired on June 2. LINK

Oklahoma: There are no state-mandated restrictions on casino operations.

Pennsylvania: Casinos can operate at full capacity, while mask-wearing remains mandated for non-vaccinated persons. LINK

Rhode Island: Casinos can operate at full capacity. LINK

South Dakota: There are no mandated restrictions on casino operations in Deadwood.

West Virginia: Casinos are permitted to operate at 100% of capacity as long as proper social distancing measures are ensured. LINK

 

Last updated: July 19, 8 AM ET

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