Marina Bay Sands reopens after deep cleaning

Marina Bay Sands reopens after deep cleaning

Singapore integrated resort Marina Bay Sands has resumed operations as of Wednesday, May 19, after two days of extensive deep cleaning.

The casino operator on Monday afternoon said it was “temporarily closing” its casino for deep cleaning after two of its staff were tested positive for covid-19. 

Company release

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