BALTIMORE (WJZ) — Maryland casinos generated more than $142 million during October.

All six of the casinos across the state are limited to 50% capacity because of the coronavirus.

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But four of them saw increases from their October 2019 gaming revenues.

Casino contributions to the state for this year totaled nearly $60 million.

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CBS Baltimore Staff