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Pennsylvania's video gaming terminal rooms now closed under Gov.'s order

Pennsylvania's video gaming terminal rooms now closed under Gov.'s order
The closures will hit rooms in Love's Travel Stop, Rutter's (image) and Travel Centers of America in central Pennsylvania.
United States | 12/14/2020

The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board said Friday that the rooms located in 40 truck stop establishments would be closed as of Saturday as part of Gov. Tom Wolf's latest COVID-19 mitigation order.

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ideo gaming terminal rooms around Pennsylvania closed beginning at Friday midnight as part of Gov. Tom Wolf's latest COVID-19 mitigation order.

The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board announced Friday that the rooms located in 40 truck stop establishments will be closed until 8 a.m. Jan. 4, 2021. Each room can operate up to five machines.

The closures will hit rooms in Love's Travel Stop, Rutter's and Travel Centers of America in central Pennsylvania. A complete list of closed locations can be found here.

Wolf has closed in-house dining, most entertainment centers (including casinos) and the pausing of youth and school sports for three weeks to slow the resurgence of COVID-19.

 

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