Coronavirus: Four Macau casinos remain closed

Four of the 41 casinos from Macau are still closed with just one more set to reopen later this week.

Macau.- Four casinos remain closed In Macau as efforts to contain the spread of Coronavirus continue in earnest.

According to the Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau (DICJ), The Greek Mythology Casino and the Casino Macau Palace remain shut.

The Macau Jockey Club casino also remains closed and has not yet indicated when it intends to reopen.

The final casino yet to reopen its doors in The Casino Taipa at Regency Art Hotel, but it is understood the casino will resume operations on Friday.

The government mandate that forced all 41 of Macau’s casinos to close for 15 days came to an end on 20 February but some properties took the decision to stay closed while the Coronavirus crisis continued.

Due to the epidemic and enforced closure period, Macau’s total GGR for February came in at only MOP3.1 billion (about €348 million), a year-on-year decline of 87.8 percent.

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