San Jose, California City Council Approves Outdoor Gambling, This Is What That Looks Like
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Gambling outside can be a dicey proposition, pun completely intended.

So while gambling outside might be risky, the COVID-19 pandemic has made everyone make some changes. That includes the San Jose city council, which voted 10-1 on Tuesday to allow the city’s two casinos, Bay 101 and Casino M8trix, to hold their gambling entertainment outside. The idea is to give people more room to spread out, playing under giant tents. And while social distancing, masks, and plexiglass dividers will still be required, the outdoor environments are safer in terms of the coronavirus spread than are indoor spaces.

California Governor Gavin Newsom ordered the state’s card rooms to close in March. They were able to reopen in late June, but when COVID-19 cases exploded around the country because people got impatient and it was time OPEN FOR BUSINESS, card rooms in 19 California counties had to shut down again in July.

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