Just completed an overnight to Belterra to see if the experience is something I would like to share with my wife. We usually stay three or four times each year, our last visit was in March just days before the shutdown. Indiana just came under a state wide mask mandate two days ago, but Belterra must have already had one in place because mask usage and compliance was well above 95 percent. The casino has done a very nice job physically spacing the slots and tables, I do not recall any plexiglas at the tables. A few facts about the property as of yesterday: no valet parking offered no room service available buffet closed, 19 Steakhouse only opened on weekends, Nosh selling some premade sandwiches in boxes and some microwave breakfast sandwiches, Stadium Bar and Grill operating normally with social distancing and very limited menu, the little snack bar on the lower deck converted to a full bar, no food Salon and golf are available, did not specifically check their pool but I think it was open Resort fee still in effect, free wifi available Normal vending and ice machines in the room lobbies All guests must enter through the main entrance, all other doors are locked but can be used for exiting the building. Upon arrival each guest must answer three questions: are you sick, have you been around anyone sick, and have you left the country recently. If you exit the building you must repeat this procedure. My temperature was never taken on entrance, at registration, or entering the casino area. Every time I entered the casino I had to hand over my driver's license and pull down my mask for the casino cameras. After that the mask was to remain in place, pulling it aside to take a drink and replacing it. In the casino machines were spaced by turning off a large percentage of them, table games were spaced by removing chairs, except for the Craps No More table, where players stood in spaces between chairs. Tuesday at five o clock the craps game and at least one Blackjack table were ten dollar minimum, I didn't check any others. Drinking is forbidden at the table games and discouraged in the casino. There is no cocktail service anywhere. The upstairs bar is not available for video poker play but you can line up there to order drinks, and there is now a full bar downstairs where the snack bar used to be. What sort of a casino discourages drinking? I'm pretty sure I go to casinos to make poor decisions fueled by alcohol. There may have been a policy in place where you could remove your mask at the machines, but the governor's mandate would not allow that now. I was never policed about it, but a mask is damned inconvenient for a beer drinker. The only normal experience was that patrons of Stadium were allowed to remove their masks once seated, and surprisingly they had several socially distanced seats available at the bar. Another thing I found was that I did not earn any tier credits for playing any video poker machines. I'm sapphire and thought that was just for ruby. I played a few slots to check and earned tier credits on them, but I play so little slots that my visit is going to look like a hit and run. Comped room, 30 dollars freeplay and 50 dollars food credit, some of my most generous offers to date. Anyway, if anyone is planning a visit, I never felt crowded or unsafe, the staff were friendly and helpful, but the casino was just dead. I hope to stay on their list in the future, but I will not return under current conditions.