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Golden Bingo Family has always placed the health and safety of our customers, employees and vendors as our #1 priority. We are starting to open some of our bingo halls after the shelter in home orders have been lifted with new rules, designed to keep everyone safe.

Thank you for your understanding.


Maximum occupancy of all of our bingo halls has been lowered to 50%. Customers will be allowed inside the hall on a first come, first serve basis.

Cloth face coverings (over the nose and mouth) are required for all customers, employees, and vendors. Only the caller may remove their mask during the bingo session.

Temperature will be taken for everyone entering the hall. You must have a temperature of 99.0 F or below to be allowed into the bingo hall.

Social distancing will be enforced. Please maintain at least 6 ft separation from anyone not a member of your household. Every other table must remain empty.

Customers and employees must wash or sanitize their hands upon entering the bingo hall. We recommend that you wash your hands frequently during your stay at the hall.

For your convenience, all bingo halls have been equipped with new hand sanitizing stations. Please use them if you are unable to wash your hands, or as an extra precaution after hand washing.

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