Squamish Casino Denies Existence of COVID-19

SQUAMISH – Chances Casino in Squamish has recently had to deny the existence of a COVID-19 case at its casino recently. In light of the epidemic that is sweeping across the world, Chances Casino has doubled down in its efforts to reassure customers that there is no confirmed case in their casino.

The casino has had to address the rumours that have been floating around the Squamish area for days now. With so much misinformation disseminating in local communities about confirmed cases of COVID-19, Chances Casino has been forced to put to rest these rumours.

In a statement to local newspaper, The Chief, Tanya Gabara, a public relations representative from parent company Gateway Casinos and Entertaiment, spoke of the impact of this rumour. “We will continue to work with employees and customers who may be displaying symptoms to ensure they follow public health protocols,” says Gabara.

Gabara goes on to say that the importance of proper hygiene practices will be stressed to employees as well as customers and to advise customers to stay at home if they are feeling ill. She stresses that Chances Casino is doing everything in its power to do its part in providing a safe gaming environment. “[Practicing good hygiene is important] so that we can proactively safeguard our customers, employees and business interests against the spread of germs,” says Gabara.

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James previously worked in one of Canada's largest casinos, River Rock Casino Resort, for over six years. He initially worked as a card dealer, then as a floor supervisor.