Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Makes Masks Optional
As the country is taking small steps for going mask-free, the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino is the latest in the business to announce.
The casino announced that its Tampa Bay Area is making masks optional and will be in immediate effect.
According to the casino, this change is based on the new guidelines released by the government about the guidance and following similar moves as the vaccination rate has been increased. However, other precautions will remain in place as per the rule; this includes the Plexiglas dividers that keep players separate from team members. Also, the casino air will be passing through the high-quality air filtration system.
Las Vegas Casinos going mask free
Many casinos in Las Vegas have asked their customers, especially those fully vaccinated, to mask free. The global casino resort home where some of the top casinos like MGM Grand Hotel & Casino and ARIA Resort & Casino are located allows players to visit mask-free.
However, some of the casinos like Caesars Palace Las Vegas, Harrah’s Las Vegas, and others have said that they have maintained strict rules led by the CDC, state, and regulatory authorities for the Covid-19 pandemic.
Some of the resorts in Las Vegas have set their regulations. Wynn and Encore mentioned that guests who complete 14 days post-second dose of vaccine don’t have to wear masks. But those who are not fully vaccinated need to take care and follow the guidelines.
Guests coming to The Cosmopolitan won’t have to wear the face mask if fully vaccinated. Many of the casinos have gone back to their 100 percent capacity.