Navajo Natives’ Biggest Casino Set to Reopen in Arizona
Closed for over a year due to COVID, the Native-owned Twin Arrows Resort Casino is set to open its doors in Flagstaff, Arizona today – Monday, July 12nd.
The Twin Arrows Navajo Casino has been operating since March, 2013 and is currently one of the biggest out of all four casinos owned by the Navajo Nation in America.
Due to the ever-present concerns about the risks of the pandemic, the tribe has announced that the reopening will only carry out under strong regulations to further prevent the spreading of the virus and create a safe and responsible space for their customers.
The list of the regulatory measures includes the standard temperature checking procedures, as well as masks will be firmly required.
Moreover, the owners of Twin Arrows Navajo will also be limiting the working hours of the casino and change the occupancy level to 50%.
Jonathan Nez – the 9th and current president of the Navajo Nation, has recently secured a bill that will allow customers to travel through the Navajo Reservation, which paved the way to today – the reopening of the Twin Arrows Casino.