The state regulators would like to visit the 12 casinos of Atlantic City before they will decide on when they can reopen. Therefore, no reopening date was announced.
According to the state Divison of Gaming Enforcement, it will visit the gambling halls on Wednesday before they will decide on when to reopen. The shutdown that happened is costing the casinos a net lost of $5 million each day.
This marks the history that casinos were demanded to close even though gambling was already legalized in Atlantic City.
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