OROVILLE, Calif. – Gold Country Casino Resort in Oroville will be reopening its doors on May 22, the Tribal Council of the Berry Creek Rancheria announced Wednesday morning.
The Gold Country Casino and Resort closed its doors in March, in order to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.
The tribe said they will enter the first phase of reopening on May 22 at 12 p.m. and focus entirely on their slot floor.
The casino has implemented new and ongoing measures for deep cleaning and sanitizing property-wide, according to a news release. The Casino will be screening guests, team members, and vendors prior to entering the facility, and masks will be required while on the property. Guests will be given full access to disinfecting wipes that will be located at sanitizing stations.
The new casino floor layout will be focused on social distancing efforts. New carpet, tile, and adequately spaced slot machines will also be featured. The tribe said that Plexiglas shields will be installed in locations across all venues.
The Tribal Council said they expect to phase in their other venues at a later date.