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2 casinos in Broward, Miami-Dade requiring masks again

Miami Gardens, Florida – One casino in Miami-Dade County and one in Broward County, are the first to reinstate mask wearing for all guests and staff after a jump in coronavirus cases in the state.
From Monday on, anyone entering Calder Casino will be required to wear a face covering, except when “consuming food or beverage.” Two restaurants and the bar inside the casino are open for business.
On Tuesday, The Casino at Dania Beach announced that guests and staff must wear face masks inside the casino. The only exemption will be eating or drinking.
At this time, there has been no announcement by the largest casino owner in the area, the Seminole Tribe of Florida, which operates the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Hollywood, Seminole Classic Casino, Hollywood, and Seminole Casino Coconut Creek.
At the end of May, the tribe, along with other South Florida casinos, relaxed mask mandates and allowed face coverings to be worn voluntarily.
South Florida casinos were shuttered in mid-March after the first coronavirus surge. When casinos re-opened in June of 2020 – the Miccosukee Resort reopened a month earlier – masks were required.

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