When it comes to visiting the region’s casinos, things are much different than the pre-coronavirus era.

Casinos across the region say you must wear a mask and should observe social distancing guidelines. Many have rules about smoking, too.

Many readers have emailed us asking how the casinos enforce those rules. Since getting questions answered is what we do, read on about what the properties had to say. (Have other burning casino questions? Email me at agroves@scng.com)

In this Monday, June 15, 2020 file photo, a social distancing warning sign is posted on a slot machine at San Manuel Casino as guests gamble during the casino’s first day of reopening since its three-month coronavirus closure. (File photo by Watchara Phomicinda, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG)

The responses varied, but generally casinos seem to have a warning system in place before resorting to asking someone to leave. Read more. 

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Beyond Southern California… 

After more than 100 days of being closed, Atlantic City casinos reopened today with a slew of safety measures in place to try to prevent the spread of the novel coronavirus. Guests were required to wear masks and get their temperature checked. They could not eat, drink or smoke. This Associated Press article has more. 

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