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    AC Casinos Reopening July 2

    This morning, Governor Murphy announced that the AC casinos are going to reopen on Thursday, July 2. However, they will only be operating at 25% capacity. I have a feeling that at Caesars properties, unless you are Seven Stars and high Diamonds, it will be difficult to get a reservation.

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    It seems like there is a lot of availability at the hotels still. I'm kind of disappointed with the lack of new slot machines in Atlantic City though. Hopefully they used the time they were closed to update their games.

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    Borgata announced they will not be reopening after Gov Murphy did a 180 on allowing restricted indoor dining today.
    Want to read a passive-aggressive press release?


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    Quote Originally Posted by thelma View Post
    Borgata announced they will not be reopening after Gov Murphy did a 180 on allowing restricted indoor dining today.
    Want to read a passive-aggressive press release?

    Though I would not have rushed up to AC any time soon I was surprised to note all of the restaurants slated to open in the Borgata including the Amphora. Their buffet was not included in the list of eateries initially set to open, no surprise there.

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    Caesars' casinos are still scheduled to reopen on Thursday, however eating, drinking and smoking have been banned. The "no smoking" makes sense, but no eating and drinking? That means restaurants will be closed. Where are people supposed to dine? I can' wait to read the trip reports. They should be interesting.

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    I do not understand the no eating or drinking bans....if they are only doing 25% occupancy in the casinos then that should allow for social distancing, even at restaurants within the casinos. I 100% agree with the no smoking aspect because you are purposely prolonged exhaling air from your body into the room, but the eating and drinking isn't making too much sense.....?

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    Atlantic City is probably a place to avoid this weekend. Activist Steve Young with BLM is calling for a protest to shut down the entire city for the holiday weekend and now Mayor Small has responded with a tough stance on Steve Young, the activists, and all the AC entities who went to a meeting with Steve Young et al. This won't be pretty.
    https://www.facebook.com/45000341183...303837338/?d=n

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    Quote Originally Posted by AMorris View Post
    Caesars' casinos are still scheduled to reopen on Thursday, however eating, drinking and smoking have been banned. The "no smoking" makes sense, but no eating and drinking? That means restaurants will be closed. Where are people supposed to dine? I can' wait to read the trip reports. They should be interesting.
    Especially with the threat that Steve Young and BLM has given to shut the entire city down this weekend. Mayor Small has come out strong today in support of the businesses including the casinos, residents, touristss and LEOs. Looks like war...
    https://www.facebook.com/45000341183...303837338/?d=n

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    I am so sick and tired of these protesters. I am glad a Mayor is standing up for the city, casinos and residents and Police Officers. I hope the Mayor brings in the National Guard and stops these morons from causing trouble this weekend.

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    AC Casinos Reopening July 2

    Mayor Small is kind of shady but he is on the side -in this/ of the people that keep the city flush. I see some of the AC casinos are advising potential visitors of a “traffic alert” for the weekend...
    He is on the side of law and order on this. He said all forms of law enforcement are in place and ready.
    Disturbing to hear that the casino entities are willing to be held hostage to the ‘protesters’.


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