New York: Reopening casinos should be reviewed on ‘individual basis,’ Cuomo says Pete DeMola, Daily Gazette · April 28, 2020 at 9:50 pm Immediately reopening “attractive nuisances” as the state begins to emerge from its shutdown is unlikely, said Gov. Andrew Cuomo. But unlike concerts, sporting events and other large-scale attractions, the governor indicated the state will review reopening plans for casinos on a case-by-case basis. “You’d have to look at the industry and how they’re going to conduct their business,” Cuomo said in his daily briefing on Monday. Social distancing and monitoring will be “difficult,” Cuomo acknowledged.