Authorities in Singapore have announced that restrictions on travel will be eased for fully vaccinated visitors from countries considered safe from August 20.
Singapore.- The government of Singapore has announced that travel restrictions will be eased from August 20 for visitors coming from countries considered safe.
Those who arrive in Singapore will have to undergo a 14-day quarantine in their respective residences or accommodation of their choice.
Authorities also announced that people who have been fully vaccinated and have a work pass may enter from August 10.
In July, the government had tightened Covid-19 countermeasures again after the Ministry of Health (MOH) reported 182 cases of locally transmitted Covid-19 cases.
As for casino venues, Resorts World Sentosa (RWS) has recently confirmed its gaming venue will continue operating at reduced capacity until August 18. The casino operator said it has a “two players per table” limit at gaming tables. Bets from standing players will not be accepted.
Analysts predict Genting Singapore’s revenue will be SGD1.74bn (US$1.30bn) in 2021 and almost SGD2.11bn in 2022. In 2020, the company reported revenue of SGD69.2m (US$52.1m), down 89.9 per cent year-on-year.