As some major events throughout the state are postponed or canceled, the Quinault Beach Resort & Casino has issued a statement assuring the public of their sterilization practices to prevent the spread of communicable disease especially coronavirus (covid-19).

With the UFO Summit planned for this weekend bringing hundreds to the resort near Ocean Shores, the casino has issued the following statement:

The Quinault Beach Resort & Casino has always taken precautionary steps in preventing the spread of any illness. We take pride in our standards of cleanliness and sanitation, which has made the process of adding some additional measures to protect our guests very seamless.
We have started taking EXTRA precautionary steps to prevent the spread of communicable disease especially coronavirus (covid-19).
The precautionary steps are all above the guidelines set by the CDC and the Washington State Department of Health.
We have continual cleaning practices include sanitizing high-touch areas such as machines, flat surfaces, handles, counters, chairs, and other surfaces, in accordance to the CDC and Quinault Tribal Health recommendations. Additionally, we clean our hotel rooms, restaurants, and public areas with the same care.
We made the decision to close the casino from 4 a.m. to 6 a.m. daily to clean and sanitize the entire gaming floor in order to further protect our guests.
The resort has hand sanitation stations at every entrance and we remind everyone to be proactive about their health and the safety of those around them. It is recommended to wash your hands in warm water for at least 20 seconds.
For those that would like the extra comfort, we have safety devices available such as disposable gloves, in addition to the hand sanitizer throughout the property.
We expect our guests may still want to get out to the beach. So, come out to Quinault Beach Resort and Casino, relax and spend some time walking on our pristine Washington beaches!
We are closely monitoring all available information, including updated recommendations from the CDC, State and Tribal health authorities and will continue to update our guests on any changes to our operation.