Beau Rivage updates mask policy, now requires all employees to wear face covering
Policy takes effect July 29
Beau Rivage and Gold Strike casinos are now requiring all employees to wear masks on property, according to the parent company of MGM Resorts.
Mary Cracchiolo Spain, spokesperson for the company, said in an email that beginning today, the policy has been updated to require all employees, vaccinated and unvaccinated, wear masks on property.
“Based on the rising COVID-19 cases in Mississippi, MGM Resorts has temporarily updated its employee mask policy for Beau Rivage and Gold Strike,” Cracchiolo Spain said in the email. “All employees, both vaccinated and unvaccinated, will be required to wear masks effective today, Thursday, July 29.”
Cracchiolo Spain said that masks will be available at all MGM properties.
“The CDC recommends everyone — all guests and employees — wear masks when indoors and signs are posted throughout our properties communicating those recommendations,” Cracchiolo-Spain said in the email. “We will remain vigilant in following our health and safety protocols.”