Covid reopening like a start up

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Casinos and clubs are reopening their doors to the public and so far, for most businesses, the comeback has been far more difficult than anticipated. The situation is analogous to learning to walk again after a horrific automobile accident. Just like a traumatic crash, COVID-19 happened unexpectedly, and left a long trail of misery, uncertainty and anxiety in its path. In jurisdictions such as Macau, integrated resort casinos that once pulled in more than tens of thousands of patrons every single day had to contend with customer numbers in their teens in the weeks following reopening.  And Macau is not the only casualty; according to H2 Data Consultancy, the gambling industry around the globe has been hit hard and its share of global GDP is set to fall from 0.50 percent 2019 to c0.38 percent this year. This compares with 0.60-0.65 percent mid-2000s and a high of 0.54 percent in 2016. How...

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