CHEROKEE, NC (AP) — A North Carolina casino says it’s ready to reopen its doors to patrons.
Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort says it’s planning to reopen at 6 a.m. on Thursday.
On its Facebook page, the casino says it will operate at 30% capacity in keeping with North Carolina and tribal guidelines and operating with social distancing in place.
The casino says most restaurants will be open with limited seating as well as carryout options.
Other amenities will also open in phases as determined by the state and local guidelines.
Officials say the casino gaming areas will temporarily be non-smoking.