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Singapore to shut down casino amid COVID-19 outbreak

Singapore to shut down casino amid COVID-19 outbreak

Singapore to shut down casino amid COVID-19 outbreak
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Singapore will shut down the casinos for one month amid coronavirus pandemic.

According to the details, the resorts, Marina Bay Sands and Resorts World Sentosa, will shut down their services this week after the Singaporean government announced strict measures to fight coronavirus.

Marina Bay Sands announced it on official twitter account.

Resorts World Sentosa shared the message on their Instagram.

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🌟ANNOUNCEMENT🌟 In line with elevated safe distancing measures announced on 3 April for closure of non-essential services, Resorts World Sentosa will temporarily suspend all guest experiences including our attractions – Universal Studios Singapore, S.E.A. Aquarium, Adventure Cove Waterpark and Dolphin Island – and casino from Monday, 6 April 2020 through Monday, 4 May 2020.⁣ ⁣ Selected F&B outlets will remain open for takeaways. These include Malaysian Food Street, Pizzeria, Osia Steak and Seafood Grill, and Feng Shui Inn.⁣ ⁣ In the meantime, we will continue to look after our RWS family, including the marine life under our care.⁣ ⁣ We understand you have many queries; do reach out to us at [email protected] We are experiencing an unusually high volume of guest enquiries and seek your patience and understanding as we strive to attend to your needs quickly.⁣ ⁣ RWS stands united with Singapore in the fight against COVID-19. We look forward to the time when we welcome guests again. In the meantime, stay strong! #sgunited

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Coronavirus: Ban on liquor deceases crime rate in South Africa

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Earlier, The ban on alcohol during lockdown decreased the crime rate in South Africa.

According to the details, The rape cases dropped to 94 from 326, cases of assault with intention to inflict grievous bodily harm, dropped from 2 673 to 456 and trio crimes dropped from 8 853 to 2 098.

SA Police service said in a tweet, “Police Minister, Gen Bheki Cele, welcomed the general decrease in serious & violent crimes, attributing this amongst other factors, the prohibition of the sale & movement of liquor since the #COVID19 nationwide lockdown.”

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