Maryland casino revenues beginning to recover, but workers question whether it’s worth it

Maryland’s casinos are starting to bounce back after a three-month closure due to the coronavirus pandemic, but some workers say they don’t feel safe on the job. The general managers of the state’s six privately owned casinos told state lawmakers Tuesday that they’ve had workers who don’t want to return over health concerns. “There was fear and trepidation upon reopening, and not all of our team members want to come back to work,” said Skylar Dice, general manager of the Rocky Gap Casino Resort in Allegany County. (Balt Sun)

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