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Pala Band of Mission Indians Has Declared Temporary Closure of Pala Casino

Shahina Khatun



With an end goal to ensure the wellbeing and security of visitors and colleagues and to additionally forestall the spread of novel coronavirus (COVID-19), the Pala Band of Mission Indians today reported the transitory conclusion of Pala Casino Spa and Resort on Friday, March 20 at the end of business. Pala Casino will keep on observing this advancing circumstance and revive to the open when it is protected to do as such.

“After cautious thought, the Pala Band of Mission Indians felt that the choice to briefly close Pala Casino is totally fundamental as we work to secure our visitors and colleagues and further forestall the spread of the coronavirus,” said Pala Band of Mission Indians Chairman Robert Smith. “We are appreciative for the committed clinical experts who are working resolutely to contain this pandemic and send our feelings to all that are legitimately influenced by this catastrophe.”

While Pala Casino has no detailed instances of COVID-19, the Pala Casino Management Team has been cautiously checking improvements and following direction suggested by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) by expanding cleaning conventions, giving hand purifying stations to visitors and colleagues all through the property and presenting CDC signage on urge visitors and representatives to rehearse great individual cleanliness.

“The Pala Band of the Mission Indians and the whole initiative group at Pala Casino Spa and Resort keep up an immovable promise to the wellbeing and security of our visitors and our workers as we explore these difficult conditions together,” said Fred Buro, CEO of Pala Casino Spa and Resort.

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