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Crown Melbourne casino stays closed

After yet another Covid lockdown in the state of Victoria, hotel and restaurant services may reopen, however not the casino

CrownCasinoMelbourneCrown Resorts will open up hotel and restaurant facilities at Crown Melbourne on June 11, however the casino will remain closed with no certain date announced.

On May 27, the facilities were forced to close in accordance to Victoria state restrictions, which mandated a week-long lockdown initially after a spike in new cases, however the measures needed to be extended for another week so far.

Staff will continue to be paid throughout the lockdown, according to GamblingInsider.

Recently, Crown Resorts has gained a lot of negative attention due to money laundering allegations and non-compliance to gaming guidelines. The establishments are currently subject to a royal commission as the New South Wales inquiry continues to investigate the operator’s actions in Sydney.

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