- Jul 1, 2019
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The last time I checked, neither the MBTA nor CVS nor Macy's included as a key component of their operational plan the strategy of plying their patrons with as many intoxicating beverages as possible so as to... loosen their inhibitions and... impair their judgment... in order to extract maximum revenues from them.
So, yes, I'd imagine that trio as being orders of magnitude safer, as venues.
[although I thought I remember reading that the MGC prohibited comping booze to players, so perhaps I should qualify my comparison to limit it to all casinos where booze-comping is permitted--which is still probably, what, 95%-plus in the world?]
The entire point g of social distancing is keeping people away from each so the virus doesn't spread. Please tell me how keeping a casino open helps with the spread of the virus?
How is this venue allowed to be open when people are dying?