Cypriot casinos under the name Cyprus Casinos 'C2' will be able to welcome visitors again from the 13th of June 2020. Casinos have created a safe environment for those who want to visit them following the strict protocols issued by the Ministry of Health.
The announcement says the company will continue to carry out regular cleaning and disinfection on a daily and weekly basis. In order to protect the health of the staff and their customers, they have implemented a security plan that includes information campaigns, staff training, and the implementation of targeted operational protocols to address the spread of COVID-19.
The Vice-President of Cyprus Casinos Gaming Operations, Devi Kerr, said the reopening of casinos would help strengthen the tourism industry and contribute to the recovery of the Cypriot economy.
Up to three people per table will be allowed to participate at the game tables, while between the game machines one will remain turned off so that there is a safe distance between guests. In addition, smoking will only be allowed in specially designated areas and will not be allowed at the venue.
The announcement also states that on Saturday, June 13th, the casinos in Limassol, Nicosia and Paphos will open at 7 a.m. while the casino in Ayia Napa will open at 3 p.m. C2 Limassol will be open daily, 24 hours a day. C2 Nicosia and C2 Paphos will also be open 24 hours a day. C2 Ayia Napa will be open daily from 3 p.m. to 6 a.m.
The C2 Larnaca satellite casino, which until recently was located at Larnaca International Airport, will reopen its doors after the completion of its transfer to a new location, which will be announced in the near future. All C2 Larnaca staff members will be transferred to the other casinos and will continue to perform their duties as normal.
Finally, it is noted that the restaurant casino ‘Columbia Bistro’, is returning with a new menu and the restaurant tables will be positioned in a manner that the security distance amongst the visitors is preserved.