Manila casinos to remain closed until May 14 due to coronavirus

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Bad news for gamblers who wanted to visit gambling houses in the Philippine Islands. The situation with the coronavirus worsened in the Manila agglomeration, so restrictive measures have been tightened in the region to combat the spread of COVID-19. In this connection, entertainment facilities located on this territory, including casinos, are closed until May 14. As My Lucky Story wrote, Okada Manila – a Philippine resort with a gambling zone – will open a separate casino to serve only VIP clients. Earlier it became known that due to the coronavirus gambling houses in Goa will be closed until May 3. Recall that casinos in the Cambodian province of Banteimeanchey were also forced to stop accepting gamblers, where there was an outbreak of COVID-19.

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