Due to the rising number of coronavirus cases in the community, Don Laughlin's Riverside Resort Hotel & Casino announced on Monday that it would temporarily suspend its table game operations.
The closure for the pit and poker is in effect at midnight, July 7, Fox 5 reports. In the post, management said it would last about two weeks, but they will post updates for its reopening.
The closure will give staff time to sanitize and deep clean the area.
The rest of the property remains open. All table games personnel must be tested before returning to work, the property said.