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Macau to begin third round of testing as cases rise to 261 Macau will kick off a third round of mass testing of its population on Monday as the number of confirmed Covid cases rises to 261. The government will also hand out rapid antigen tests and KN-95 masks. The city is currently undergoing the worst Covid outbreak since the beginning of the pandemic and almost all leisure facilities are closed, with the government urging residents to stay at home. The casinos, however, remain open, even though there is almost no visitation. Analysts are expecting near-zero revenue this month for the six operators and say the outlook into next month is also highly uncertain.
U.S. investment group, Blackstone, has completed its A$8.9 billion ($6.1 billion) acquisition of Crown Resorts, saying it aims to rebuild the Australian operator into an “iconic destination for travel.”
Malaysia is still considering regulating online gambling and estimates that it’s losing about MYR2 billion ($454 million) a year in lost tax revenue.