Casinos Poland reopens venues after latest lockdown

Casinos were closed on December 28 due to the government lockdown measures.
Casinos were closed on December 28 due to the government lockdown measures.

Casinos Poland has reopened its eight casinos this week after a two-month lockdown due to Covid-19 measures.

Poland.- Casinos Poland brand had reopened its eight venues in the country following the lastest Covid-19 lockdown, which began on December 28.

The venues will be open until at least February 28, when the certain the Polish government will reassess Covid-19 countermeasures. The casinos have reopened under strict safety measures.

The US operator Century Casinos holds a 66.6 per cent ownership interest in Casinos Poland.

Last year, Century announced an 81 per cent year-on-year rise in net operating revenue for Q3 2020.

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