Gamblers at San Diego casino are separated by plastic partitions at betting tables in 'new normal' of gaming

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Casino workers, however, have balked at returning to work without enhanced measures to protect them. 

'This is a matter of life-or-death for workers, and I urge everyone to proceed very deliberately and very carefully,' the Culinary Union, which represents some 60,000 Las Vegas workers, said in a statement.

'Culinary Union members and other casino workers will become frontline workers because we are the ones who will interact with guests daily and frequently.'

The union is demanding that workers who will be most exposed be tested regularly for coronavirus and given protective equipment if needed.

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