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The government of the Netherlands is shutting down public buildings to combat Covid-19 spreading, which will force Holland Casino to close the doors at each of their properties for the next two weeks.
The doors of the casino will be forced shut at 10pm today and will remain closed until at least November 18th. The closure doesn't just affect casinos, but also applies to buildings like libraries, zoos, saunas, pools, cinemas, theatres, and concert halls. Numerous countries throughout the globe are seeing huge surges in cases of Covid-19, with many in Europe closing public buildings and enforcing lockdowns to keep the virus at bay.
The casino industry has struggled in the Netherlands due to closures in the second quarter of this year. Holland Casino revealed that turnover had fallen by 58.7% in the first half when compared to the same time in 2019.
We're following Covid related closures throughout the globe and will update readers as we learn more.