BALTIMORE (WJZ) — As Maryland moves through the stages of Gov. Larry Hogan’s Roadmap to Recovery coronavirus plan, the Horseshoe Casino in Baltimore opened its doors to the general public on Sunday.

The casino had reopened Friday morning for members.

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Visitors WJZ spoke with said they felt safe and appreciated the lack of crowds.

The casino is limited to 50 percent capacity and both visitors and employees will be required to wear masks.

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  1. CCB says:

    mistake to open something where a lot of the patrons travel a good distance to go there——as opposed to places that largely draw locals.. Casinos are not “essential” & they are selling food & drink- can’t do either w/ a mask on- coughs can travel over 20 feet YOU LOSE!

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