Since the beginning of October, when vaccinated clients were permitted to enter the gaming establishments, six casinos have reported that they had found positive instances of Covid-19 in Anguish in three different casinos throughout the country.
During the week, three instances were reported at the Grand Casino du Domaine, two cases were reported at Curepipe, and one case was reported at Caudan. The most recent reported incident occurred on Tuesday. These individuals who have been infected are, in reality, casino workers. Following the investigation, it was discovered that these individuals had tested positive.
Furthermore, they had signs and symptoms of Covid-19. In order to prevent further spread of the virus, they were instructed to remain at home and the casinos where the sick workers worked were sterilized as soon as possible. From the perspective of Casinos de Maurice management, it is known that the four casinos situated across the nation (Grand-Baie, Caudan, Grand Casino du Domain located at Domaine Les Pailles, and Curepipe) are fully functioning at this time. In addition, the management of the Mauritius casino stipulates that health standards be strictly adhered to, both at the level of the personnel and at the level of the group of customers. Positive workers, on the other hand, it is pointed out, would have been infected in their place of residence.
“All of the casinos have been cleaned, and we make it a point to enforce the wearing of masks.” Along with the usage of hand sanitizers at each and every casino across the nation.”
The administration of the casinos in Mauritius has made this announcement. Meanwhile, starting of Friday, October 1, 2021, land-based casinos outlets, gaming houses, theaters, and bars, among other establishments, were allowed to operate under stringent restrictions, according to the Department of Justice. As part of this decision, the administration has agreed to loosen the limits on public gatherings including beach picnics. Tourism is another industry that has been permitted to restart operations by the government so far.
Tourists entering the current country with a proof of vaccination will not be required to go through quarantine, but nightclubs will stay closed and horse races will continue to take place behind closed doors. Visitors to casinos and gambling establishments will be required to produce immunization cards prior to accessing the establishments due to the stringent regulations in place. However, despite the limitations, there have been reports of the Covid-19 virus from some of the workers working in the casinos in Mauritius.
However, the new information about the virus spreading among its workers would encourage the gaming and management teams at Mauritius casinos to remain hopeful. As a result, the authorities do not impose harsher restrictions on consumers who visit casinos and gaming establishments across the nation.