SkyCity Adelaide To Close As South Australia Introduces Six Day Isolation
Casino SkyCity in Adelaide will temporarily close its doors as a six-day lockdown is introduced in South Australia. The establishment will be closed on November 18 and is expected to open on November 24, but the company has cautiously announced that the casino will be closed until further notice.
Expansion SkyCity in Adelaide, which was scheduled to open at the end of November, has been postponed until December 1. The new project, at a cost of AU $ 330 million ($ 241.58), includes the luxurious 120-room Eos hotel and several restaurants.
The company issued a statement saying that entry to casinos through nearby establishments will not be allowed and “the casino will operate on a limited and more tightly controlled model in accordance with the government decree. Unfortunately, our main gaming hall will be temporarily closed to the public until the restrictions are lifted. ”
SkyCity with looking forward to the opening of the extended SkyCity Adelaide, but the health and safety of workers and communities is a priority. "We look forward to celebrating the opening of these establishments with South Australian residents at the right time."
The company hastened to assure that “ New Zealand properties SkyCity (in Auckland, Hamilton and Queenstown) are not subject to these latest restrictions in South Australia and remain open at alert level 1 in New Zealand. "
Before reporting the closure of COVID-19 SkyCity recently announced that three of its executives will leave the company.