Casinos in Middle East shut down due to second wave of COVID-19


Casinos in Middle Eastern part of the world have been shutting down due to second wave of COVID-19.

Cyprus, an island country in Middle East has reportedly shut two of its casinos till November 30 following second wave of covid pandemic.

The Cyprus-based subsidiary of Melco Resorts & Entertainment has announced that Cyprus Casinos Limassol and Cyprus Casinos Pafos will be closed until 30 November, reported Gambling Insider.

A total of 185 new cases of COVID-19 were confirmed in the country on Thursday, having reported a record 314 cases on 7 November, reported Gambling Insider.