On Tuesday, the Gaming Inspection and Coordination Bureau said that the casinos in Macau had been given authorization to restart full operations.
The revised regulations were released as Macau began a seven-day “stabilization phase” during which all industrial and commercial businesses could carry on with their regular business. Prior to this, all casinos in Macau were forced to close for 12 days, from July 11 to July 22, after which they may only partially reopen with no more than half of their workforce on duty.
In order to alter prevention measures in accordance with the most recent epidemic prevention standards, the DICJ announced on Tuesday that it will intensify inspections for epidemic prevention and work with gaming enterprises.
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