All 14 of the Holland Casino’s gaming venues will remain closed until February 9 since the Dutch government has extended the lockdown by a further three weeks.
The operator’s properties faced their third period of closure beginning on 16 December last year, in response to the rising number of cases of Covid-19. That period of lockdown was intended to last until 19 January, until it was extended earlier this week.
The first wave of Covid-19 early in 2020 saw the casinos close their doors in March, as part of a shutdown that was originally expected to last until September.
Results published in August showed that the operator’s revenue for the first half of 2020 had fallen 58.7% year-on-year, despite strong performance prior to the first period of closure.
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