Navajo casino opens doors after 15 months

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Newly back in action is the Twin Arrows Casino Resort at Flagstaff, Arizona, that reopens for business today.

The location is asking patrons to mask up and is only partially reopened, as its buffet, arcade, bingo, pool and gymnasium are all still closed until further notice. The venue will be at 50 per cent capacity.

The casino is operated by Navajo Gaming with locations also in New Mexico. The Flagstaff hotel casino has 2,800 slots and a wide variety of table games. It is the largest Navajo Indian Nation casino in the chain. It had been closed since March of 2020.

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