Singapore’s Two Integrated Resorts, Marina Bay Sands And Resorts World Sentosa Tightens Casino Entry Rules

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Singapore’s two integrated resorts (IRs), Marina Bay Sands (MBS) and Resorts World Sentosa (RWS), have restricted public access to their properties in an effort to contain the coronavirus outbreak.

Marina Bay Sands and Resorts World Sentosa said that the entry will be permitted only to annual levy holders. At MBS, Sands Rewards Club (SRC) members with Gold status or higher are welcomed.  At RWS only existing Genting Rewards card members can gain access.

“We apologise in advance to other would-be patrons who will not be permitted access to the casino, but seek their understanding that it is a necessary measure,” MBS said.

Both the properties also have taken steps to ensure that there is not more than one person per 16 square metres of usable space.

“These new measures are in addition to initiatives that had already been in place in the casino as a result of the COVID-19 situation, such as opening and closing alternate areas/game types to reduce crowding, and significantly increasing cleaning and disinfection,” it added.

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