Star Entertainment lifted almost restrictions at casinos

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Star Entertainment Group has lifted almost all restrictions linked to the COVID-19 pandemic.

On June 1, The Sydney casino was reopened on a limited basis. News portal Tunf reported the casino operator stated this week that the casino will serve up to 5,000 customers. The casino will follow the protocols by local authorities to maintain a minimum space of four square metres per person.

When it reopened, the casino could gather up to 500 members of its loyalty rewards program. The Star casino will serve to loyalty club members, their special guests and the general public. The casino has ‘private gaming rooms’ for VIP customers. Respecting the distance demands guests may also play table game stalls and electronic gaming machines on the property.

In addition, the Star’s two properties reopened on Friday in Brisbane and Gold Coast. Gold Coast casino can cater to 2,600 people, and the Brisbane casino now can cater to 2,300 people.

Unfortunately, the company had to lay off workers, after the closing order issued in March. But, according to Star’s chief executive Matt Bekier, the company will now be able to welcome about 3,000 additional employees.

The Star Entertainment Group Official Page.

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