RWG To Stay Opened Despite The New Quarantine Restrictions

Article by : Helen Nov 10, 2020

The whole world is about to face the new coronavirus wave, and Malaysia is, unfortunately, in the same boat. To guard people and prevent a large number of new cases, the government wants to arrange another lockdown in the country. As a result, new limits of activities have entered in force.

However, there is quite a different situation about Resorts World Genting Hotel (originally known as Genting Highlands Resort), located in the federal state of Malaysia — Pahang Darul Makmur. The administration is getting ready for new profits, and their casino doesn’t look like it’s going to close down.

CMCO And New Cases

Conditional Movement Control Order (a preventive measure by the federal government of Malaysia about cordon sanitation) has been implemented for a period from 14th to the 17th of October when the number of new COVID-19 positive cases increased. For the first time, these measures were taken on the 18th of March when the number of total coronavirus infection cases across the country reached 790. The number of patients has continued to grow, and then Malaysia reported new 834 COVID-19 cases on the 2nd of November.

On this day, Malaysian Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin announced some regulations on social and sports activities, wishing to curb a coronavirus’s fresh spike. In his post on Facebook, he said that the national security council would discuss the issue on the 3rd of November, and the decision about dealing with that situation will be made without delay.

He also added that they could see that many districts in Negeri Sembilan, Melaka, Perak, and Johor had been in green zones recently, and now they switched to yellow zones within the span of one or two weeks. Right now, Malaysia recorded 834 new COVID-19 cases, as we said before. The overall number of patients equals 33,339. The last leap of coronavirus cases was recorded on the 6th of October when the total number reached 13,504, but there were one thousand patients less on the previous day. The minimal each-day number of new patients is 400.

Borneo, Kuala Lumpur, And Selangor COVID-19 Situation

The new Parliament session was arranged on Borneo island. As Borneo Post reports, The Longer Parliament sitting will consider the risk of a new COVID-19 wave. The health director-general Tan Sri Dr. Noor Hisham Abdullah said that there had been about seven cases recorded on Tuesday, including one auxiliary policeman. Also, his wife and three of his fellow officers — all of them have gotten positive results from coronavirus tests. Furthermore, Abdullah added that there were one media personnel and a Senator’s officer with them. The health director-general highlighted that they hoped those attending the Parliament session comply with the standard operating procedures as full acquiescence was very important.

By the way, the CMCO was enforced in Kota Kinabalu, Penampang, and Putatan in Sabah — North Of Borneo — last month. The movement in and out of these three areas was forbidden. Only some essential services were allowed to cross the line of these Borneo’s cities. Also, the Conditional Movement Control Order will extend till the 9th of November.

Thus far, Kuala Lumpur recorded 20 new cases of infection, and Selangor – 129, the second Malaysian city in terms of coronavirus rating (4,645). If you look at the total numbers of COVID-19 cases, Kuala Lumpur takes the third place (3,033), but the «leader» of this list is Sabah, with 14,519 confirmed cases.

Is RWG About To Shut Down?

The Resorts World Genting is going to stay open. Still, according to the operator, they monitor the country’s situation after CMCO was resumed to several areas. The statement was published on the RWG website, stating the following: «RWG has been continuously conducting deep cleaning and thorough sanitization throughout the resort as well as adhering to the strict SOPs issued by the government.» Their measures include observing physical distancing, wearing face masks, and adopting good personal hygiene practices. They will continue to do everything to ensure the health and safety of all their guests and staff.

Helen

Chief Editor

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