Macao uses two more casino hotels for COVID-19 medical facilities
Macao authorities have added two hotels in popular casino resorts to be used as COVID-19 medical facilities from Friday (Jul 8) as they try to increase capacity to handle a surge of infections in the world's biggest gambling hub.
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The east wing of Grand Lisboa Palace owned by SJM Holdings and the Grand Hyatt hotel owned by Melco Resorts will together provide close to 800 rooms, they said.
Sands China's Sheraton hotel and Londoner resort have already been used as quarantine facilities.
The announcement comes as Macao reported 128 new cases on Thursday, taking the total to 1,215 cases since mid-June. More than 15,000 people are in quarantine, according to authorities.
Authorities have locked down 22 residential buildings across Macao as they carry out a fifth round of city-wide mass testing for all residents.
Sealed buildings include the landmark Grand Lisboa hotel on Macao's bustling main peninsula. More than 500 people were locked inside the hotel for at least five days from Tuesday after infected cases were found there.
The former Portuguese colony only has one public hospital for its more than 600,000 residents, and its medical system was already stretched prior to the coronavirus outbreak.
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