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Casinos in Macau must close

Apart from a two-week closure at the beginning of the pandemic, Macau’s casinos had managed to stay open despite the pandemic. That is now over. Due to the worst Covid outbreak to date, the government of the Chinese Special Administrative Region has ordered all casinos to close their doors for a week starting Monday. Non-essential businesses must also remain closed. Non-compliance will be punished with up to two years in prison, announced Andre Cheong of the city government.

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