Rhode Island’s casinos outline reopening plans Associated Press · May 29, 2020 at 3:37 pm PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Rhode Island’s two casinos plan to reopen June 8 by invitation only with new measures in place to ensure the health and safety of workers and guests, including temperature checks. The reopening of the Twin River Casino Hotel in Lincoln and the Tiverton Casino Hotel, both operated by Twin River Worldwide Holdings Inc., will be limited to reward program members and one guest each, and each facility will be limited to about 25% of capacity. Only video slots spaced six feet apart, and virtual table games, will be available at first, the casinos said in a statement Friday. Face coverings will be mandatory for guests and staff, and security staff will conduct a non-invasive temperature check on guests. The Lincoln property will be managed as three mini casinos with separate entrances. Upon entry, guests will receive a color-coded wrist band that will identify their assigned gaming room. The casino floors will be continually cleaned. “We are incredibly excited to welcome back our guests to both of our Rhode Island casinos and to do so in a safe manner,” casino President Marc Crisafulli said.