Ohio’s casinos, racinos can reopen in 2 weeks, Gov. Mike DeWine announces Rich Exner, cleveland.com · June 5, 2020 at 4:10 pm CLEVELAND, Ohio – Gov. Mike DeWine on Friday gave Ohio’s multibillion dollar casino and racino industry the go ahead to reopen in two weeks after more than three months of closings over coronavirus safety concerns. Ohio’s four casinos in Cleveland, Columbus, Cincinnati and Toledo, and seven racinos scattered across the state closed March 14 after being ordered to limit attendance to a combined total of 100 guests and employees at a time. Since then restrictions were placed on gatherings of more than 10 people. With no money coming in, the industry that was off to a record start for the year had fallen by the end of last month nearly $400 million behind 2019 for gambling revenue.