Paradise City reopens following coronavirus fears

South Korean casino operator Farada reportedlyIS COMPANY LTD. ANNOUNCES GAMBAGE AND HOTELS IN HUGE PARADISE CITY DEVELOPMENT ARE REopening after they were temporarily shut down last week due to the coronavirus outbreak.

The Seoul-listed company closed its 711-room site near the city of Incheon for three days from last Tuesday after one of its employees tested positive for a potentially deadly disease, according to a report by Inside Asian Gaming. The source elaborated that the lockdown was extended for another six days after five more employees were infected with the coronavirus at the 10.6-acre integrated casino resort.

The reopening comes just two days after Paradise Company Limited announced that it has decided to give South Korea’s largest property “infinitely” to close, giving it enough time to practice disinfection. In addition, the operator is reportedly in “close consultation with quarantine authorities” and has declared that Japan’s Sega Sammy Holdings Inc. will conduct an expanded inspection of the facilities it operates in cooperation with.

But according to reports, FaradaIs City posted a notice on its website this morning announcing the impending reopening of its 167,154 square foot foreign-only casino with more than 250 slots and about 150 gaming tables. The facility reportedly explained that while movie theaters, gyms and indoor swimming pools remain closed, hotels and outdoor swimming pools will also resume operations.

“We will continue to put safety first and thoroughly follow quarantine guidelines and preventive measures so that guests can feel safe.”We will do our best to enjoy Iscity.” 바카라사이트

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