Genting Highlands Casino Pauses Again to Extend Through April 28

The promoter of the resort’s World Genting tourist complex, including Malaysia’s only licensed casino, said in a notice posted on the accommodation’s website that the suspension would be extended until April 28.

Genting Malaysia Bhd’s notice attributed the country’s prime minister to extending what the country calls a movement control order to that date as part of efforts to stem the further spread of the novel coronavirus pandemic.

The closure also applies to several non-game resorts operating in Malaysia, Resort World Awana, Resort World Kijal and Resort World Langkawi, the operator of Resort World Genting (pictured), which is located in the Genting Highlands near the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur.

“Resort operations will resume once the movement control order is lifted,” the company said.

“As more information becomes available, we will continue to monitor the situation and make necessary announcements,” the update added.

Genting Malaysia confirmed the initial closure of casino resorts and other Malaysian non-game resorts from March 18 to March 31 in a March 17 filing with Bursa Malaysia. At the end of March, Resorts World Genting said the closure would be extended until April 14.

Malaysia’s government on Friday extended travel and travel restrictions for another two weeks until April 28 as part of efforts to contain the coronavirus outbreak, despite reporting a slowdown in new infections.

Malaysia reported 4,683 cases as of noon on Sunday, 76 deaths, the country’s highest number of coronavirus infections in Southeast Asia, according to data from the country’s health ministry.

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