Now that it is open to the general public, I took a quick morning trip to the Borgata to check things out, since I live about 1/2 hour away. I was only there for a couple of hours but I really just wanted to wander around and take some pics. I did play craps and some slots but no wins to report. I will add pictures of my walk around of the property. Here are some general observations (mind you these could change as I was only there for a couple of hours): - You can only park in the parking garage, or there was parking for Noir members. No surface parking. - First floor of garage parking was blocked off. I parked on the second floor but I found a spot right away. It was about half full, this floor anyway. I ended up just taking the stairs since it was only one level down. - Temperature checks were being performed at the entrance off the parking garage elevators, the front entrance/dropoff, and back entrance where food trucks were. - There were hand sanitizing stations around. They also had a couple of hand washing stations. - It was not crowded at all, but that could have been because it was 9 am when I got there. - Table games...the ones they were using for players had plexiglass dividers. 3 seats for blackjack and carnival games, 3 to a side for craps. I did not check out roulette closely but I assume it's either 3 or 4 per table. I was suprised that only one person was playing craps when I walked up to it. When I left the table it was full. - Table minimums (during my visit)...they had one craps table open. $10 minimum. Most carnival games (let it ride, 3 cars poker, flop poker) were $5. Blackjack and roulette were $10. I did not see the lone $5 blackjack table they usually have open, nor was there an open Caribbean stud table. I did not check the high limit areas. - Marketplace was open but all tables removed. - Sportsbooks were not open yet but I was told they would open at 11 am. I did not go back to check them out before I left. - There was outdoor dining (Street Eats) and outdoor seating at the back entrance by surface parking. They were still setting up when I went out to take pictures, so more food trucks may have been there after I was there - Outdoor Pool/beer garden was open but I did not go in. I just stood outside to get a picture - I did not wander down to the water club area so I’m not sure what is/was open. But there was a sign for the Sunbar dining (see picture). - Place felt very clean and safe to me. Slot machines appeared to be clean. Everyone was wearing masks. With that said, I did see security tell someone to pull their mask up over their nose. .