The government is easing Covid-19 lockdown measures with casinos set to reopen next month.
Laos.- The Laos government is easing border restrictions after almost two months of lockdown measures due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
But entertainment venues including casinos will have to wait until June 1 before they can reopen thier doors to the public.
The news comes from the Prime Minister’s Office, which announced the lifting of measures in an official statement.
From now on, government offices will be allowed to resume operations as normal, but stay at home-work is strongly suggested where possible.
Official training courses, meetings, and seminars are allowed to take place, but celebratory parties remain cancelled.
Indoor and outdoor sports, restaurants, retail outlets, beauty salons, supermarkets and massage and spa providers will also be allowed to reopen.
However, entertainment venues, cinemas, karaoke bars, night markets, casinos, gaming shops and sports competitions involving a large number of people who cannot remain one meter apart will be suspended until June 1.
The country will continue to suspend all types of entry visas for citizens travelling from countries impacted by the pandemic.