COVID-19 UPDATE - Kansas Crossing Casino
COVID-19 Update
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COVID-19 UPDATE

Updated Tuesday, March 17

The health and safety of our employees and guests is our top priority. While there have not been any known COVID-19 cases at our property, Kansas Crossing will temporarily close its casino on Wednesday, March 18 at 2 a.m. The Hampton Inn will stay open during this time.

Out of an abundance of caution, we are taking this action and abiding by directives set forth by Gov. Laura Kelly, the Kansas Racing and Gaming Commission, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to elevate concerns across our nation and around the world.

All casino employees will be paid for this upcoming two-week period. Kansas Crossing’s employees have been advised to seek medical attention if they experience symptoms consistent with COVID-19. We encourage you to do the same.

We see this as a preventative duty to our local friends, neighbors and employees. We are here for members of our community and its visitors, and ready to welcome our employees and guests back when we soon re-open our casino doors.

Thank you for being a valued guest.

Jeff McKain
General Manager
Kansas Crossing Casino + Hotel

Updated Friday, March 13

With the increased coverage and attention on the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), our customers and team members have been on our minds. At Kansas Crossing Casino + Hotel, your safety is a top priority for us, and we want to let you know what we are doing to protect your health and safety when you visit us as our guest.

Our staff has taken the guidance provided on the website of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) to redouble our efforts to maintain a safe, clean environment:

  • We are frequently disinfecting and sanitizing all hard surfaces, including slot machines, tables, chairs, booths, beverage areas, restaurant areas, countertops, bar tops, handrails, elevator buttons and bathroom surfaces.
  • Additional hand sanitizer stations have been added throughout our property, focusing on high touch-point areas like elevators, stairways, cage, table games, restaurants and back-of-house doors.
  • Aerosol disinfectant is being regularly applied to soft surfaces, including game tables, couches and room furniture.
  • All sick employees are staying home and seeking medical care, if needed, and all staff are following proper hand washing and sanitation techniques recommended by the CDC.

You are always a valued guest at Kansas Crossing Casino + Hotel – and we are proud to be a member of your community. Given this, we are committed to helping everyone stay safe and healthy, while also providing an entertainment destination for you to create great memories.

We appreciate your loyalty – and we will see you the next time you stop by.

Thank you,

Jeff McKain
Kansas Crossing Casino General Manager

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