Land-based casino operator NagaCorp has announced the reopening of its entire Cambodian estate, following a period of temporary closure in response to the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
NagaCorp last month signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Ministry of Health, enabling its flagship NagaWorld Cambodia casino to recommence activities on 8 July.
This formed part of a pilot project ahead of a proposed wider reopening of its casino venues across the country.
NagaCorp and the Ministry have now attached an annexure to the MoU, whereby it will be able to reopen its other casino businesses across Cambodia, including all slot machines and VIP gambling services.
The operator said that it would continue to adhere to the terms set out under the original MoU, including providing isolation rooms for customers, enforcing distancing and placing sanitiser and other safety equipment around the location.
Masks and temperature checks will also be required for guests and staff at the operator’s casinos.