Indiana Grand worker on mask enforcement: ‘I don’t feel protected’ Alexandra Burris, Indianapolis Star · July 16, 2020 at 10:35 pm Terri Mitchell has been called back to her job as a bartender and server in the VIP lounge at Indiana Grand Racing & Casino. But she is nervous. Mitchell feels the casino’s health and safety precautions don’t go far enough to protect workers from contracting the novel coronavirus. Las Vegas-based Caesars Entertainment, the Indiana Grand’s parent, requires all employees and guests to wear a mask except when eating and drinking. But she said co-workers who already have returned to work have warned her the mask requirement is not sufficiently enforced. Guests can spend considerable time unmasked as they eat and drink. There are also the smokers.