Opening Tribal Casinos in CA may have led to one death from COVID 19. The County refuses to name businesses where they may have contacted the killer disease. Accordingly, just because the afflicted may have visited the casinos, it doesn't mean they contracted it there. Pechanga has lost one member to Covid 19. The RINCON TRIBE owns Harrahs.
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A top executive at Harrah’s Resort Southern California who quit the day before the casino reopened is suing his former employer, claiming he was forced to resign after management ignored his concerns that the decision was dangerous and could expose visitors to COVID-19.
Darrell Pilant, the Valley Center casino’s former general manager and senior vice president, filed the lawsuit against Caesars Entertainment Inc. in San Diego Superior Court on Monday. He alleges the company’s decision to reopen in May resulted in “serious adverse health and safety consequences involving employees and customers contracting COVID-19.”
San Diego County confirmed to inewsource this week that 217 local residents who have contracted COVID-19 reported being at a casino within two weeks of becoming ill. Twelve of the people were hospitalized and one, a casino patron, died.