Table Mountain Casino Extends its Closure



The Table Mountain Rancheria Tribal Council and Casino Board of Directors have jointly decided to extend the closure of Table Mountain Casino to 12 April 2020.

“This temporary closure serves as a precautionary measure to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) and the CDC recommendations, and in collaboration with Governor Gavin Newsom and our local government,” Table Mountain said in a statement.

“Our tribe will continue to compensate and provide benefits to our employees during this extension of the temporary closure. The health, safety and welfare of our patrons, employees and tribal membership remains a priority to Table Mountain Rancheria. Our prayers go out to all of the families and nations who have been impacted by this virus. We continue to stand together and join forces to protect our people,” the statement said.

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