Paradise City closes non-gaming areas

Paradise City closes non-gaming areas

The company began to reopen its casinos in South Korea but will close some areas again due to the spread of Covid-19.

South Korea.- Paradise City will close some non-gaming areas of its locations in South Korea due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

The company began reopening its casinos in April, but is closing some areas of its venues again.

Through a message on its website the company said it would temporarily close some non-gaming areas at Cimer, Wonderbox, Chroma, Art Paradiso from tomorrow (July 1).

The firm said: “Regarding Covid-19, Paradise City is taking strict measures in hygiene and safety in all facilities based on the government’s social distancing scheme.

“We will always do our best to allow our customers to relax in a safe and comfortable environment.”

The company noted that it had taken measures to prevent Covid-19 spreading in its casinos, including installation of thermal cameras to monitor paths of customers and employees, mandatory face masks, periodic cleaning and a limit on access for visitors in quarantine.

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