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Paradise City Casino stay closed indefinitely

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Paradise City Casino stay closed indefinitely

The foreigner-only casino, the Paradise City gaming resort, near Incheon International Airport in South Korea, is to stay closed “indefinitely”, for the safety of customers, said a notice in Korean posted on Friday on the venue’s website.

Previously, the resort had said the casino would stay closed until 6am on Monday (September 7), which was itself an extension of an initial closure running from Sept 1 to 3, caused by a reported case of Covid-19 involving a resort staff member.

The latest announcement said non-gaming facilities at the resort would stay closed from 1pm on Friday, until 1pm on Wednesday (September 9).

According to South Korean media, the main reason for the indefinite closure of the casino was that, as of Friday morning, a total of six resort employees – including two casino staff members – had been confirmed as being infected with Covid-19.

The venue said in a Friday press release, that the shuttering move was for the “safety of guests and employees”, and in order to comply with South Korea’s “Level 2.5” social distancing protocol for the Seoul metropolitan area. 

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