City of Dreams Manila resumes operations at 90% capacity

Casinos in Metro Manila reopened at 75 per cent capacity in October.
Casinos in Metro Manila reopened at 75 per cent capacity in October.

City of Dreams Manila has announced it has increased its casino gaming floor capacity from 75 per cent to 90 per cent after Metro Manila eased Covid-19 countermeasures.

The Philippines.- Casinos in Manila are starting to increase their capacity limits after the city’s Covid-19 countermeasure level was reduced to Alert Level 2 until November 21. City of Dreams Manila has announced that from November 5 to 21, 2021 it will increase the dining capacities in restaurants and reopen other facilities.

Its casino is now operating at 90 per cent capacity. Vaccination is not necessary for customers. Three players are allowed per table and active slot machines are spaced one seat apart. Distance markers are being used in reception areas.

The company said dealers had been trained to follow strict safety protocols to ensure each guest is protected from infection. Indoor dining is only allowed for adults who have been fully vaccinated. Minors do not need to have been vaccinated.

The hotel gyms, spas, and hair salons are operating at 60 per cent of their capacity and only for fully vaccinated customers.

Meanwhile, Solaire Resort, has announced its casino is open and operating at a limited capacity in compliance with the government’s guidelines for General Community Quarantine Alert Level 2.

In September, the Inter-Agency Task Force for the Management of Emerging Infectious Diseases started to test a “four-level” system of “granular” lockdowns, targeting areas of outbreaks rather than putting the entire province under restrictions.

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