Vegas and other gambling destinations may look very different the next time you visit. Plus, Disney Land may have a leg up on Disneyworld when it comes to reopening.
Those are some of the day’s headlines and posts I thought you, too, may find interesting.
A Casino Divided?
Is this how table games will soon look?
— Joe Tall (@JoeTall) April 27, 2020
This will certainly teach people to learn blackjack hand signals pretty quickly.
Joe Tall (who tweeted this video) of gaming applications company Synergy Blue said the above demonstration was filmed at the Margaritaville Resort Casino in Bossier City, Lousiana.
Per Vital Vegas, word on the (Freemont) street is El Cortez may install the dividers.
— Joe Tall (@JoeTall) April 28, 2020
Some people on twitter pondered if the virus can “float around all that” and that without gloves or constantly sanitized chips, the move may be pointless.
Disneyland vs Disney World: Who Will Fare Better?
Despite its location in a state fairly gung-ho about reopening during the coronavirus pandemic, Disney World may have a harder time rebounding than California’s Disneyland. Here’s why.
More 737 MAX Delays
This certainly can’t be good news for reported 737 MAX suitor Delta Air Lines.
Reuters reports the planes won’t be ready until August — at the soonest.
Other Travel Headlines
Here are a few other posts that caught my eye today:
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