Macau casinos did reopen over the weekend, but there were no players beating down the doors. In fact, with the exception of those who work and live there, almost no one is visiting the city built for gambling. Travel restrictions from the Chinese government have the city on lock down. All of this comes from the latest (and greatest) outbreak of Coronavirus in the country. Beijing has a “zero Covid” policy in place, meaning that restrictions are harsh, and punishments for violating them are serious. Is it any wonder that the city is void of visitors? Even though Macau casinos…
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