Gambling houses in the Netherlands will try to open at the end of April

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In the Netherlands, six casinos will open at the end of April. Gambling houses operated by state-owned gambling company Holland Casino are part of a trial program to reopen gambling establishments during the coronavirus pandemic. As it became known, casinos in Enschede, Venlo and Breda will be able to accept customers from April 24, and gambling houses in Amsterdam, Utrecht and Leeuwarden – from April 25. Establishments and gamblers who come there to have fun will have to comply with sanitary safety measures. For example, players will be required to: take a COVID-19 test at the Open Netherlands Foundation and get a negative result, notify the casino in advance of their arrival, keep a distance of 1.5 meters from other visitors and staff. My Lucky Story wrote that in the state of New York, as a result of the easing of anti-coronavirus restrictions, casinos returned to their usual work schedule. Earlier it was reported that the opening of a new gambling house in Dara Sakor was postponed from March to April due to the worsening situation with coronavirus in Cambodia. Recall that gambling establishments in Uruguay were closed until April 12 due to the outbreak of COVID-19 in the country.

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