Marina Bay Sands imposes casino restrictions

Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.
Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.

Casino operator taking additional steps to ensure that guests and visitors are properly protected.

Singapore.- The operator of Singapore casino resort, Marina Bay Sands, has imposed additional measures to prevent the spread of Coronavirus at the property.

Measures include social distancing and crowd control at its gaming venue.

According to a spokeperson, this measures came in force in January, when the virus began to spread in the Asia Pacific Region.

Singapore has two casino complexes: Marina Bay Sands, operated by Marina Bay Sands Pte Ltd, a unit of United States-based Las Vegas Sands Corp; and Resorts World Sentosa, operated by Resorts World at Sentosa Pte Ltd, a unit of Genting Singapore Ltd.

Singapore’s Ministry of Health reported 32 new cases of the Covid-19 infection yesterday, bringing the city-state’s total to 345.

Singapore’s first case of the virus infection – announced on January 23 – was a 66-year-old Chinese national from Wuhan, who had arrived the city-state with his family on January 20. He has since been discharged, according to the local government data.

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