Massachusetts prepares to remove anti-coronavirus restrictions from gambling establishments

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Anti-coronavirus restrictions on the work of gambling establishments in Massachusetts will be removed by the governor of this state, Charlie Baker, on May 29. However, for operators that operate land-based gambling establishments, the Massachusetts state gambling regulator will prepare operating rules that will need to be followed in the coming months to ensure the sanitary safety of staff and players. When developing requirements, the Massachusetts Gambling Commission seeks the opinions of representatives of the gambling industry, for example, the MGM Springfield casino. NewsOfgambling wrote that Massachusetts legislators are now working on the creation of draft laws, the adoption of which will legalize sports betting in the state. Legalization of betting will take place, possibly, in 2021. Earlier it became known that in connection with the improvement of the situation with coronavirus in Nevada, the authorities allowed local casinos to decide for themselves whether it is necessary to wear protective masks inside gambling houses, and not to require their guests to confirm vaccination against COVID-19. Recall that the authorities of Kentucky give free lottery tickets to those who have been vaccinated against coronavirus infection.

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