NagaCorp has confirmed the recent reopening of its Cambodian integrated resort NagaWorld after being closed for six months but says access is currently only available for fully vaccinated guests.
According to a Sunday filing, NagaWorld reopened on 15 September following approval from the Ministry of Health with guests required to have received at least two doses of a COVID-19 vaccine and show a negative test result obtained inside the previous seven days.
The complex has also been segregated into 37 different zones covering gaming and non-gaming areas with guests required to scan in via QR Code whenever they enter any of the individual zones. Anyone who tests positive after visiting a zone or has been in the same zone as an infected individual will be quarantined as per Ministry of Health advice, and the zone sterilized.
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