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Cyprus – Melco temporarily closes two of its satellite casinos in Cyprus

By - 16 November 2020

Cyprus Casinos, the Cyprus operating arm of Melco Resorts & Entertainment, has closed two of its five casinos as infections rise and a second wave of the Coronavirus pandemic threatens the island.

Cyprus Casinos said: “With utmost priority the safeguard of your health and a sense of responsibility, Cyprus Casinos Limassol will be closing at 5pm on November 12 while Cyprus Casinos Pafos will be closing at 3pm, as they will be suspending their operations until November 30, according to the emergency governmental measures.
Cyprus Casinos Nicosia and Ayia Napa will be operating as usual with the below operating hours. We continue to maintain strict hygiene standards to ensure a safe and enjoyable gaming environment for everyone.”

The southwest of Cyprus has been placed under a strict 19-day lockdown. The previous lockdown saw Cyprus Casinos close all four satellite casinos plus its temporary facility in Limassol for three months from March 17 to June 30.

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