The new land-based casino at Westmoreland Mall has 750 slot machines and 30 casino table games. In addition, the entertainment center will have bars and restaurants. The owner, The Cordish Companies of Maryland, has a strong focus on safety and health protocols.
Sean Sullivan, CEO of Live! Casino Pittsburgh, states:
“We do not want anyone to get sick even with the common cold. We are going outside the box to keep our casino safe".
The gambling establishment will follow the pre-established Play It Safe plan. Each visitor will have to wear a mask and keep a distance of one and a half meters from people. And they will be allowed into the casino only after checking the temperature. Slot machines and gambling equipment will become highly cleaned zones.
Glass partitions will be placed around the table games and slot machines throughout the casino. So that there is a physical safe distance between players and staff. At the entrance, each client will be scanned with a thermal imager. Those whose temperature exceeds 100 degrees Fahrenheit (37.6 Celsius) will not be allowed into the room. The maximum occupancy of the institution is 1900 people, including staff.
The casino has introduced a special technology for placing slot machines. When a guest selects a slot machine, all slot machines on either side of the selected slot are turned off. Also, the new technology turns off every used machine as soon as the guest leaves it, so that the machine can be disinfected in time.
The 100,000-square-foot gambling complex will also feature a sports betting shop, a high-limit area and three restaurants.
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