Authorities close Cambodian gambling houses due to COVID-19

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Cambodia has tightened anti-coronavirus restrictions due to a new outbreak of COVID-19. In particular, in the province of Banteimeanchey on April 27, casinos were suspended for an indefinite period. At the same time, as the authorities found out, among the new patients with coronavirus are visitors to gambling houses. My Lucky Story reported that pachinko arcades were closed in four Japanese prefectures due to the worsening situation with the coronavirus infection. As reported, due to COVID-19 in Argentina, the operation of casinos and bingo halls, which are located in the province of Buenos Aires, has been suspended. Recall that the European Association of Casinos announced information about the plight of gambling houses in which they found themselves due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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