Rosie's Gaming Emporium reopens 4 Virginia locations July 1

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Posted at 10:19 AM, Jun 27, 2020

RICHMOND, Va. - Rosie's Gaming Emporium is reopening all four of its locations July 1 as Virginia enters Phase Three of reopening for business.

According to the Colonial Downs Group, Rosie's Richmond, Hampton, New Kent County and Vinton locations will implement an “Extra Care” program with dozens of new medical and sanitation policies and procedures to protect staff and guests.

Face coverings will be required for all guests and team members, and temperature screenings will be required prior to entry. Crowd shields have also been installed at all guest service stations.

Gaming areas, restaurant seating and betting terminals have been rearranged to provide adequate physical distancing.

“We have witnessed unprecedented times. We have spent this time planning and preparing to welcome back guests and team members to our facilities," said Aaron Gomes, chief operating officer for the Colonial Downs Group. "We have studied best practices across the country, consulted with public health officials, and put together a thorough and rigorous system of actions and policies that should give our valued guests and team members peace of mind as they return to Rosie’s.”

To learn more about Rosie's Extra Care program, click here.