Since Covid-19 first appeared in Wuhan towards the end of 2019, it has spread all over the world, infecting over 2.7 million people and killing over 190, 000.
In Thailand alone, it has infected over 2,800 people and killed about 50. Most of the reported cases are from people who had been in high-risk areas as well as community transmission. The government gets a grasp of COVID-19 cases by placing infected patients in isolation and quarantining their close contacts.
Restrictions also state that every person should remain at home as much as possible and only leave for necessities such as shopping and medical care. As a response measure towards Covid-19, governments put restrictions on all live sports.
They have either postponed or canceled critical sporting events such as the Olympics. Also, part of the social distancing measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus is the closure of all betting casinos and shops.
In Thailand gambling is illegal, thus there are no casinos operating here, but in other countries such as Macau the decision to close down gaming casinos has been a big blow to casino owners, as it will result in declining gross gaming revenue.
Macau casinos suffered a historic earnings plunge in April when measures were put in place to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
Gross gaming revenue dropped 97% to $95 million last month, from the $3 billion raked in during the same period last year.
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