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Some properties in Manila’s Entertainment City remain open, with operating restrictions, despite the Philippines capital having moved to the higher Alert Level 3 until January 15.


According to a message on Solaire Resort and Casino’s website, the property is open to all fully vaccinated guests aged 18 and above. Shops are open and restaurants and the casino are operating on a limited capacity basis in line with government guidelines. Solaire is owned by Bloomberry Resorts and Casinos.

Melco Resorts and Entertainment’s City of Dreams Manila said its indoor dining venues are open at 40 per cent capacity for the fully vaccinated and at 60 per cent for outdoor dining, regardless of status.

The 40 per cent limit is also applied to hotel gyms and spas for the fully vaccinated. The hotels are open for both leisure and business stays, although its DreamPlay attraction will be closed.

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Manila raised its Alert Level to 3 from January 3 as the infectious Omicron variant was discovered in the country.

Source: Asia Gaming Brief

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