Singapore’s two integrated resorts, Marina Bay Sands and Resorts World Sentosa have announced tightened entry requirements into their properties, which they say are in line with the government’s latest efforts. 

Marina Bay Sands on its website said that from October 20, entry into the property will be for either fully vaccinated individuals or those with a negative PET result, and only in groups of two. 

The casino has also put limits on the number of patrons in private salons and at each gaming table, while electronic gaming machines and slots have been placed one meter apart. 

Meanwhile, Resorts World Sentosa has implemented an advance reservations requirement, a limit of 2 pax per group and other measures for their attractions, as well as requiring proof of double vaccination that has been obtained as at least two weeks prior.