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    Maryland’s Live! Casino & Hotel in Anne Arundel Mills plans to adapt to the coronavirus crisis. (Courtesy Live! Casino & Hotel/Cordish Companies) Maryland casinos have been closed since mid-March, but all six are formulating their reopening plans, and Live! Casino & Hotel has released some details of how it plans to reopen. Live! will initially limit casino capacity to 25% to 50%, disable some slot machines and place plexiglass barriers between others, as well as frequently sanitize everything from chairs to poker chips. Its restaurants will also use single-use menus, utensils and plates, and give hand sanitizer to restaurant guests as soon as they are seated. All employees, as well as all guests, will be subject to temperature screening, and...