According to a report by Inside Asian Gaming, the decision means the locations of the Seven Luck casino brand operated by Grand Korea Leisure Company Limited inside the Millennium Hilton Seoul and Intercontinental Seoul COEX hotels must be closed until at least Jan. 17. This Source Says This Action Is The Company’s Impressive 10.6 Acre ParaFarada within nearby Grand Walkerhill Seoul with gambling on Is City developmentIt also affects small casinos run by Is company limited, it explained in detail.
Four locations have reportedly been ordered to close since Nov. 24 after a sharp rise in the spread of coronavirus placed an area of about 25.7 million residents under strict “level 2.5” lockdown restrictions. The controls are said to prohibit more than four people from gathering in public places, while further requiring foreign tourists to be tested negative for a potentially deadly infection 72 hours before they are allowed to enter the country.
GGRASIA reported that South Korea recorded 1,020 new coronavirus cases yesterday alone, bringing the number of related deaths to more than 64,000 since the beginning of the year. Furthermore, the source explained that the country with a population of about 51.7 million allowed the reopening of its prestigious Kangwon Land casino, even though health authorities recently chronicled 10 more deadly types of infections recorded in the UK late last month.