Crown Perth ceases gaming for three days

Crown perth

Crown Resorts has announced that its casino in Perth will cease all gaming activities from noon June 27 for a period of three days, as the state goes under lockdown after a Perth woman tested positive for covid-19. 

Hotel, food, and beverage (other than the casino floor), banqueting, and conference facilities will continue to operate in accordance with temporary restrictions imposed by the Western Australian government. 

Masks will be mandatory indoors and on public transport and a two-square meter rule has been reintroduced for hospitality venues, beauty and hairdressing salons, public venues, fitness venues, places of worship, nightclubs, and retail outlets. Patron numbers will be capped to 150 people. 

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