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Resorts World Genting remain open as usual

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Resorts World Genting remain open as usual

Resorts World Genting (RWG) – Malaysia one and only casino complex says they will remains open as usual.

On Monday 26 October, Malaysia’s government said that the Conditional Movement Control Order extended in Kuala Lumpur, Selangor, and Putrajaya, amid an uptick in reported Covid-19 infections. The order runs until November 9.

Resorts World Genting wrote on their website “We will continue to monitor the situation and provide necessary updates as more information becomes available”.

The casino complex had reopened on June 19, after being shuttered since March 18 as part of that nation’s measures against Covid-19.

Banking group Nomura had said in a mid-September note that Resorts World Genting had been receiving “40,000 visitors per day” since reopening, and had “90 percent hotel occupancy,” based on the “approximately 50 percent” room inventory currently open.

Malaysia’s Ministry of Health reported 1,240 new Covid-19 cases on Monday, the nation’s biggest daily jump since the start of the pandemic. It took the national tally to 27,805 infections, including 236 deaths, showed the official data.

Resorts World Genting (RWG) is a premier leisure and entertainment resort in Malaysia. It is equipped with over 10,300 rooms spread across seven hotels, theme parks and entertainment attractions, dining and retail outlets, international shows and business convention facilities.

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