The Resorts World Genting (RWG) casino complex in Malaysia has extended until February 18 its “temporary closure”, due to a movement that is so-called order issued by the national government to cover that period, and which is aimed as a Covid-19 countermeasure. That is according to a Thursday notice on the website of the casino property, a venue operated by Genting Malaysia Bhd.
The Malaysian authorities announced on Tuesday they were extending a movement that is near-nationwide purchase until February 18. Only some districts within the eastern state of Sarawak happen permitted to run life that is daily less-restrictive rules.
Resorts World Genting (pictured in a file photo) previously announced it would temporarily close its doors from January 22 until February 4. That coincided with the introduction by the Malaysian government of the movement that is initial order – now extended.
“Following the statement created by the federal government on 2, 2021 to extend the movement control order until February 18, 2021, Resorts World Genting will remain closed during this period,” the property said.
Thursday’s february notice mentioned that “essential resort-based services” at Resorts World Genting, including security, firefighting, utilities and clinics, would “remain operational”.
The venue promoter further stated that those customers with a booking for the period that is affected could request a “change of date or refund”.
A motion control purchase released year that is last the Malaysian authorities, had required Resorts World Genting to shut operations for about three months, from March to June 2020.