Coronavirus: Singapore’s Marina Bay Sands casino closes after outbreak; Thailand, South Korea report record increases

The Marina Bay Sands casino in Singapore will shut for two weeks after authorities detected a Covid-19 cluster, the latest to emerge in the city state after an outbreak at a fishery port that made the government reimpose social restrictions.Eleven Covid-19 cases have been linked to the casino owned by Las Vegas Sands Corp, prompting the decision to close until August 5 for deep cleaning to break the spread of the virus, the Health Ministry said in statement on Thursday. Testing will be done on…

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