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Marina Bay Sands Singapore restricts gaming

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Marina Bay Sands Singapore restricts gaming

The operator of Singapore casino resort Marina Bay Sands has introduced social distancing and crowd control measures at its gaming venue in response to the threat posed by the Covid-19 pandemic. 

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.

Marina Bay Sands is committed to safeguard the health and well-being of the community during the Covid-19 situation, while maintaining business continuity for the integrated resort.

Such actions include “social distancing measures” currently in place at the property’s casino. At the casino, they are practicing social distancing measures by opening and closing alternate areas/game types to spread the crowds. Crowding at some areas of the gaming floor is also being monitored and further measures to disperse crowds around slot banks/tables will be practiced.

They also rotating staff more regularly on the gaming floor, effectively reducing extended contact with individuals.

At Marina Bay Sands, most attractions and businesses remain open. But the property operator has suspended their nightly light and water show called Spectra since February 8; and the operations of the nightclub MARQUEE had also been suspended since March 13. These measures were applied in response to the government’s advisory that all ticketed entertainment events with 250 participants or more “were to be deferred or cancelled”.

Rival casino resort operator Genting Singapore had announced in a Tuesday filing that all facilities at its Resorts World Sentosa remained open, though with “stringent health and precautionary measures”.  But the company announced a raft of pay cuts for staff at managerial grade or above, due to disruption in the tourism trade caused by the Covid-19 pandemic.

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