Two casino resort in Singapore should be closed for one month against the background of growing concerns about the impact of COVID-19 coronaivirus. The complex resort of Marina Bay Sands, overlooking the Gulf of Marina in Singapore, and the complex with a casino Resorts World Sentosa, located on the island of Sentoza at the southern coast of Singapore, suspended all their services and operations from April 7, 2020 to May 4, 2020.

As reported, the Government of Singapore is increasing its measures to prevent the dissemination of COVID-19 disease, including the introduction of more strict safe distance from April 7, 2020. According to the report, the casino closed even earlier on Monday, April 6 – the game activity was stopped at 6 am. Marina Bay Sands and Genting Singapore said that booking hotels between dates of quarantine will be canceled and refundable. Will remain open for removal and delivery only some restaurants and power points that can provide the necessary daily needs of residents.

This news appeared less than 12 hours after Singapore has registered a sharp splash of COVID-19 cases transmitted in place, many of which were associated with foreign workers who are now placed on quarantine in hostels where they lived.