In Gilpin County

Colorado: table games shut down at Black Hawk and Central City casinos

Capacity will be limited to 100 people and alcohol cannot be sold past 11 p.m.
2020-11-12
United States
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In order to comply with the guidance in connection with the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, blackjack, poker and other table games will shut down as Gilpin County moves to Level Yellow: Concern on the COVID-19 color dial.

The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment delivered a letter to Gilpin County on Tuesday stating while incidence rates are “aligned” with Level Orange, they will gradually implement restrictions found under Level Yellow: Concern on the COVID-19 color dial.

As a consequence, casinos in Black Hawk and Central City will shut down their table games, CBS Denver reports.

“We are sad to say that starting this Friday at 8 a.m. we must close table games in order to comply with the Gilpin County guidance in connection with Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment on increased operational restrictions,” The Lodge Casino stated online.

Capacity will be limited to 100 people and alcohol cannot be sold past 11 p.m.

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