BETHLEHEM, Pa. - Guests lined up at Wind Creek Bethlehem casino to shoot their shot back on the slots for the first time since mid-March.
"We had lines this morning, guests excited to come in," said Julia Corwin, executive director of brand marketing for Wind Creek.
Wind Creek Bethlehem reopened at 6 a.m. Monday.
"We are here to have a place of escape for our guests and just to have some fun," Corwin said.
But like other businesses, they'll continue to follow strict guidelines for the health and safety of others.
Wind Creek will now operate through game floor reservations to limit the number of people allowed inside at once.
If the casino doesn't hit capacity, walk-ins will be welcome, but there's a greater chance of having to wait in line.
Social distancing will be in effect in the line to get inside, and employees will take guests' temperatures at the door.
Masks are required at all times from both the guests and staff on duty. Hoods on sweatshirts must be kept down and hats should be off.
Smoking is not allowed for the time being.
Wind Creek officials say they'll be cleaning multiple times a day and will close at 3 a.m. each day for a deep cleaning.
"Stations are being sanitized throughout the day. We will be closing periodically throughout the night to do a thorough deep clean of the casino floor," Corwin said.
The same rules for guests will apply to all employees working at the Wind Creek as well.
Officials also have an incident response plan in case a guest or team member does test positive for the virus.