Detroit casinos reopened on Wednesday, August 5, after having been closed for nearly five months. Governor Whitmer’s Executive Order issued on July 29, granted casinos permission to reopen with certain workplace safeguards in place.

The three Detroit casinos – MotorCity, Greektown, and MGM Grand – were permitted to reopen with 15 percent capacity, socially distanced games, entrance screenings, and hand-washing stations. Slot machines have been spaced apart and machines turned off between players, while table games have been limited to fewer players. Entrance to the casinos requires a temperature check and a series of screening questions. Masks are available to players who did not bring one with them. Smoking is not permitted on the gaming floor at any of the properties, however, smoking spaces have been designated outdoors.

Amenities are currently limited at the Detroit properties as well. The three casinos have opted to limit dining options and other resort amenities, in addition to the hotels remaining closed at MGM Grand and Greektown.

Tribal casinos across the State have been reopening over the past several weeks and continue to reopen individually.

 

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