Paradise City, an integrated casino resort in Incheon, South Korea, has reopened its foreigner-only casino after a staff member tested positive on September 1
Paradise City is the first integrated resort exclusively for foreigners in Northeast Asia.
On Wednesday, Paradise City’s website issued an announcement stating that casinos, hotels, outdoor swimming pools and some dining venues will reopen. Currently Art Paradiso hotel, indoor swimming pool, gym and cinema are still closed.
The announcement stated: "The quarantine department informed us that an employee has tested positive for COVID. Paradise City closed the entire facility and kept in close contact with the authorities for comprehensive inspection and epidemic prevention."
"In order to prevent the spread of the virus and new infections, all employees, including peripheral employees, have undergone nucleic acid testing for COVID. Only employees with negative test results can get back to work."
"We will continue to put safety first, strictly abide by quarantine regulations and epidemic prevention measures, and do our best to ensure that our guests can enjoy Paradise City with peace of mind."
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