Indiana: Casinos must submit COVID-19 health, safety plans before reopening Brandon Smith, WBOI · May 27, 2020 at 6:42 am It will likely be weeks before Indiana casinos are allowed to reopen as the state moves forward with its plans for relaxing COVID-19 restrictions. And the Indiana Gaming Commission issued standards to the state’s wagering facilities for a limited initial reopening. Those guidelines include reduced occupancy – likely around 50 percent capacity. The standards also require social distancing of at least six feet for all patrons who aren’t traveling together. And the commission says casinos must use enough security or employees to enforce those policies. Guests coming into the casinos may also have to undergo temperature checks. The number of people allowed at table games will be limited to three players, with four at roulette and six at a craps table. Some electronic games must be shut down to ensure sufficient social distancing. And all employees must wear masks while on the casino floor.