Conn. puts up COVID-19 warnings outside casinos

CAUTION ADVISED: Drivers on Route 2 in Preston, Conn., pass one of four electronic signs erected by the state of Connecticut to warn patrons of Foxwoods Resort Casino and Mohegan Sun about the potential dangers of being in a large crowd. AP PHOTO/SUSAN HAIGH
The state of Connecticut installed electronic signs to warn travelers to two of the world’s largest casinos about COVID-19 as the casinos partially reopened to the general public on June 1 over the governor’s objections. Four portable signs installed by the state Department of Transportation near Foxwoods Resort Casino and Mohegan Sun flashed “Avoid Large…

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