Wind Creek closing voluntarily for 24 hours after patron tests positive for coronavirus

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Joyce Genry, left, and her mother Christine Breaden play games at Wind Creek Wetumpka shortly after its opening Tuesday, Dec. 17, 2013, in Wetumpka, Ala. The hotel will open in early 2014. The Poarch Creek Indians say Wind Creek Wetumpka features 85,000 square feet of casino space with more than 2,500 electronic games. A centerpiece of the new casino is a 16,000-gallon shark tank. The property includes five restaurants, as well as a 20-story hotel that will start opening in stages. (AP Photo/The Montgomery Advertiser, Amanda Sowards) NO SALES

WETUMPKA, Ala. (WKRG) – Wind Creek will close all of its properties Sunday at 6 a.m. for a 24 hour deep cleaning after a visitor who stayed at Wind Creek Resort in Wetumpka last month tested positive for the novel coronavirus. All properties will reopen Monday at 6 a.m and will follow the “social distancing” practice.

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