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Singapore casino resorts stepping up their fight against coronavirus

The two giant integrated casino resorts in Singapore have reportedly instituted new rules that require all customers wanting to enjoy their facilities to be fully vaccinated against coronavirus.

According to a report from Inside Asian Gaming, the move for Resorts World Sentosa and Marina Bay Sands comes after the city-state’s Ministry of Health introduced a raft of fresh regulations that have been designed to help fight the further spread of the potentially-lethal ailment. The source detailed that the former British territory has experienced a significant rise in coronavirus cases since easing an array of related restrictions last month even though its population of almost 5.5 million individuals has passed the 80% vaccination threshold.

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For the seven-hotel Resorts World Sentosa and the new coronavirus-related safeguard reportedly came into force from yesterday to bar anyone who has not had a second dose of a World Health Organization-approved vaccine at least 14 days earlier from entering any of its indoor areas. The facility operated by Genting Malaysia Berhad purportedly disclosed that these include its shopping mall, casino and coffee shops as well as adjacent attractions such as its Adventure Cove Waterpark and South East Asia (SEA) Aquarium.