The Tourism Institute has developed a series of precautionary measures to avoid contagion of covid-19.
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Published Wednesday, October 7, 2020


Hotels can reopen their casinos


By the A.M. Costa Rica staff


The casinos located in hotels will reopen beginning Thursday, announced the Ministry of Tourism.

According to the ministry, the reopening of these gambling locales will benefit more than 2,000 people, including workers and people providing services to the casinos.

The Tourism Institute has developed a series of precautionary measures to avoid contagion of covid-19.

Among the main measures to take are:

• Measure the temperature of customers upon entering.

• Admit 50% of the maximum number of clients.

• Use only disposable cups, plates and cutlery.

• Alcoholic beverages may not be sold.

• There will be no game tournaments or live shows that involve crowding.

• Disinfect tables, chairs, and gaming machines.

• Disinfect the casino tokens, also known as casino chips, with ultraviolet lamps.

• Gaming machines must guarantee the minimum required distance of 1.8 meters.

Find a complete list of guidelines published on the website of the Institute of Tourism.

People interested in detailed sanitary guidelines for casinos can enter the covid-19 section on their website. More information can be requested by calling 506 2299-5800.


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