This week, the Michigan Gaming Control Board issued “Minimum Requirements” for the “Resumption for Millionaire Party Events” which will allow qualified charitable organizations to resume Millionaire Party operations throughout the state of Michigan. 

The Minimum Requirements require charities to: (1) have a COVID-19 Preparedness and Response Plan in place; (2) provide COVID-19 training to employees, agents and contractors; (3) assure proper social distancing in compliance with other state orders; (4) require all employees, agents, contractors, charity members and patrons to wear face masks; (5) post proper signage informing patrons not to enter if they have been sick and instructing patrons of the need to wear face masks; (6) comply with all Health and Human Services Orders, or other state, federal or local law orders with regard to food and beverage matters; (7) conduct self-screening daily; (8)  comply with cleaning and disinfecting protocols set forth in the guidance; and  (9) establish a case monitoring response plan for dealing with confirmed infections at the location.

Although the MGCB issued this specific guidance for the charities, their suppliers, and locations, it specifically noted that qualified organizations will also have to comply with all applicable local, state, and federal statutes, rules, orders, guidelines, and standards in connection with any potential resumption.

“COVID-19 continues to pose challenges for charities who want to hold millionaire party events,” said Richard S. Kalm, MGCB Executive Director. "We continue to work closely with public health experts and look forward to resuming the events when it’s feasible under all applicable health and safety orders and requirements.”


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