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Twin River Casinos to reopen Monday with restrictions, precautions



Bally’s Corporation (formerly Twin River Worldwide Holdings, Inc.) announced Friday its two Rhode Island properties will reopen on Monday, December 21st.

Hours of operation for both Twin River Casino Hotel in Lincoln and the Tiverton Casino Hotel will be 6:00 am – 10:00 pm from Sunday – Thursday; 6:00 am – 10:30 pm on Fridays and Saturdays.

According to a statement, table games and slot machines will be open as will the Sportsbook, stadium gaming and virtual table games. The racebook in Lincoln will also open (closed in Tiverton). The poker room in Lincoln will remain closed.

“We are incredibly excited to welcome back our guests to both of our Rhode Island casinos and to do so in a safe manner,” said Marc Crisafulli, Executive Vice president of Bally’s Corporation and president of its Rhode Island casinos. “The health and safety of our customers and employees continues to be our priority and we wish to underscore that all safety and health protocols remain in place.”

Face masks are mandatory for all guests and staff. If a guest is unable to bring a mask, one will be provided.

Security staff will conduct a non-invasive temperature check via thermal cameras or temporal thermometer. Any guest or team member with a temperature above 100.4 degrees will not be allowed entry on that day.

Guests must practice social distancing by staying six to ten feet away from guests outside of their party. The same is true while standing in lines, using elevators, kiosks, ATMs or moving around the casino floor.

The casinos will offer slot machines at a safe distance of at least six-feet apart, as well as stadium gaming, or virtual table games, with limited seating capacity.

The food court will be open with limited seating capacity and limited beverage service will be offered using disposable cups.

Both hotels, the Event Center in Lincoln, Valet, entertainment offerings and some restaurants will remain closed.

Twin River team members will be screened daily, according to the statement. Any employee who exhibits symptoms of COVID-19 or has a temperature will not be permitted to work.

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