We flew to Tunica from Corpus Christi, on one of the Caesars Rewards Air Flights. Saturday 6/13 to Tuesday 6/16. Only 1-1/2 hours R/T each way for $35 per person. It was nice to just get out and go somewhere. It was kind of crowded on Saturday, but the other 3 days weren't bad. A lot of the slots are locked out to to maintain the social distancing. You had to wait for some of the more popular slots. They had employees continuously cleaning the machines between players. They did a good job, and were friendly and courteous. You could order a drink while playing, and the service was ok. Didn't see any big payouts while there. We ate 3 breakfasts and 3 lunches at JB'S Cafe. The food was good, priced reasonably, and is 1:1 using your Caesars Rewards points. Ate at Jack Binion's Steak House one night using my wife's Diamond Celebration Dinner. The $100 didn't go too far, but the steak and baked potato were very good. The other 2 nights we ate at the Lucky 8 Asian Bistro. It costs double the Reward Points, so we charged the meals on our credit card. Didn't go to the 8 OZ Burger Bar because it costs double the points. The Buffet and the Laurel Lounge were not back open yet. They had 3 entrances open into the Horseshoe Casino, with a guard at each one to make sure you used the Dispenser of Hand Sanitizer. All the employees were wearing masks. Players had to wear masks at the dice table and at the card tables. I would say less than 50 % of the other players wore masks. Some went overboard and had face shields on.