Crown Resorts today announced it has been given the green-light to recommence its gaming and non-gaming operations at its Melbourne casino following a lifting of the Covid-19 lockdown in the state.
SkyCity Entertainment Group’s Adelaide property is reopening, effective 10am on Wednesday, following the lifting of a seven-day lockdown imposed by the South Australian government.
According to statements from Singapore’s Finance Minister, the city-state will “begin reopening borders, especially for vaccinated persons to travel” by early-September.
The recent announcement by authorities in Singapore of "learning to live with COVID-19" is calling into question how nations are handling their responses to the pandemic.
Crown Resorts said its Crown Melbourne property will be allowed to reopen its hotel, food and beverage services from Friday, June 11, though the casino will remain shut.
Singapore's Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong has pledged that every adult who wants a vaccination will be able to have had one by early August and the island nation may begin to ease restrictions from June 13.
The covid-19 pandemic caused a 31 percent drop in gaming revenue across the top twenty casino markets in the U.S. according to a survey conducted by the American Gaming Association.
The Las Vegas area will be returning to full business operations on June 1, following a relaxing of federal and state guidelines and a widespread distribution of the covid-19 vaccine.
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...
Crown Perth, which has had a choppy few weeks in terms of openings and forced Covid closures, said it's reopening from May 8th.