NagaCorp, a land-based casino operator, announced that it would be reopening its entire Cambodian estate, after long period of temporary shutdown due to the novel coronavirus (Covid-19) pandemic.
Last month NagaCorp signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with the Ministry of Health, allowing its flagship NagaWorld Cambodia casino to resume activities on July 8.
This created part of a pilot project ahead of a proposed wider reopening of its casino venues all over the country.
The casino operator and the Ministry have now included an annexure to the MoU, where it says it will be able to reopen the rest of its casino businesses across Cambodia, including all slot machines and VIP gambling services.
NagaCorp said it would continue to abide by the terms set out under the original MoU, including providing isolation rooms for customers, observing social distancing, and placing sanitizers and other safety equipment around the venue.
Guests and staff will be required to wear masks and undergo temperature checks at the operator’s casinos.