Macau casinos may not be strictly adhering to social distancing rules

Full-scale social distancing rules were not “strictly and consistently enforced in most casino properties in Macau,” an analyst from Sanford C. Bernstein who recently toured the city’s integrated resorts indicates in a report.

Full-scale social distancing rules not strictly and consistently enforced in local casinos – Brokerage (Macau Business)

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