SkyCity Adelaide is currently closed until at least July 27 due to the Covid-19 cluster in South Australia.
The decision comes after the South Australian government announced that the state would go into a seven-day lockdown “in response to the community’s current Covid-19 cluster”.
The hotel’s casino and entertainment facilities remain closed and Eos by SkyCity remains open for hotel guests currently staying there.
The operator added that New Zealand assets in Auckland, Hamilton and Queenstown remain unaffected by the latest restrictions imposed in South Australia and remain open as New Zealand Alert Level 1.
However, due to Australia’s Level 4 restrictions, non-essential retail outlets must be closed and only seated food and beverages are allowed. Large-scale events that require masks should also be canceled.
SkyCity Adelaide has been closed until at least July 30, while Star Sydney has been closed until today, but Crown Melbourne is expected to remain closed with a Victoria extension nearly finalized in recent weeks. It became the third casino in the United States to close. lock action.
The latest wave of Covid-19 is now sweeping across the country, with more than 1,000 cases in Syndey alone.