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The Royal Villas Halong Casino in Vietnam reopens its doors

The casino is introducing tighter active anti-epidemic measures to ensure player safety

COVID-19 key precautionary measures are being taken by The Royal Villas Halong Casino in Halong Bay, Vietnam.

The Royal Villas Halong Casino in Halong Bay, Vietnam has reopened. After opening, the casino took active anti-epidemic measures.

The anti-epidemic measures at the Royal Villas Halong Casino include distancing gambling tables and slot machines, reducing the number of table games on each table, hand sanitizers provided on all tables, a temperature scanner installed at the entrance, and a mask provided for any customers who aren't wearing a mask at the entrance.

Royal Villas Halong Casino is a high-quality hotel catering for the general public. It opened in Quang Ninh Province in Vietnam in 2003 and is one of the first licensed casinos in Vietnam.

We have recently reported another casino opening. The Corona Resort and Casino located on Phu Quoc island in south Vietnam opened its doors and started operating to the public following a three-week closure amid COVID-19. This casino is one of the two first properties in the county that were allowed by the government to offer gambling to economically-qualified locals, under a long-flagged three-year trial scheme.

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