In response to emergence of thousands of new COVID-19 cases, California Governor Gavin Newsom ordered certain businesses, including cardrooms, to temporarily close down indoor operations in several counties of the country’s most populous state.
The confirmation of a positive case of the potentially deadly corona virus at the Morongo Casino Resort & Spa in Southern California has triggered new concerns over public health safety, pushing many to predict that reopening of casinos could pave way for another wave of the deadly transmissions.
More than two dozen Native American tribes in California have filed a lawsuit against the Golden State, demanding more time to collect signatures to place a sports betting ballot referendum initiative before voters.
Joining a handful of other Sacramento-area gambling properties, Cache Creek Casino Resort has announced a date to resume operations as the struggling industry has started re-emerging from the corona virus shutdown.
The Yolo County casino, which is located roughly 40 miles northwest of Sacramento and has grown to become one of the Northern California’s largest casino resorts over the past many years, has announced that it will reopen its doors to the public on 8th of June.