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  • Star Entertainment Group (SGR) has changed its restrictions on its hospitality venues, including The Star Sydney, due to COVID-19
  • The Sydney Government are tightening restrictions again as Victoria recorded six more deaths from COVID-19 in the past 24 hours
  • The new restriction will mean The Star casino is required to continue with the minimum of four square metres per person and each separate area within the casino will be allowed a maximum of 300 people
  • On market close, The Star Entertainment is down 2.12 per cent and is trading for $2.77 per share

The Star Entertainment Group (SGR) has changed its restrictions on its hospitality venues, including The Star Sydney, due to COVID-19.

The Sydney Government are tightening restrictions again due to COVID-19, as Victoria recorded six more deaths in the past 24 hours.

Restaurants, clubs, cafes and pubs across the state will be limited to 300 people, while group bookings will be capped at 10 people.

The new restriction will mean The Star Sydney is required to continue with the minimum of four square metres per person and each separate area within the casino will be allowed a maximum of 300 people.

“The Star is implementing operating procedures which comply with the new restrictions, including the delineation of several separate areas utilising the over 20,000 square metre casino floor area across The Star Sydney,” the company said.

Last week, a patron at the Star Casino tested postive for COVID-19. The visitor attended the casino on Saturday, July 4, between 7:30 pm and 10:30 pm.

On market close, The Star Entertainment is down 2.12 per cent and is trading for $2.77 per share.

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