Crown Resorts' Perth, Western Australia location is set to reopen more services in line with an announcement from the Western Australia Government, after the region's most recent lockdown in response to the novel coronavirus (Covid-19).
From 8 May, Crown’s Perth location will be able to offer gaming services and unrestricted food and beverage facilities for the first time since the lockdown commenced.
However, some restrictions remain in place. The government announcement outlined that social distancing rules must be followed, with one person per two square meters allowed indoors. To encourage social distancing, Crown Perth has deactivated every second gaming machine.
The lockdown, which began on April 27, banned gaming activity and in-house services such as food and ancillary utilities in casinos. It was implemented after a man reportedly developed Covid-19 in hotel quarantine and entered the local community while infectious.
The lockdown ended on May 1. However, ongoing ..