Tuesday 23rd November 2021
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SkyCity Entertainment Group Limited (SKC.NZX/SKC.AX) (SkyCity) advises that it expects to reopen its casino, entertainment and accommodation facilities in Auckland from 3 December 2021. This follows the announcement by the New Zealand Government earlier today that New Zealand will move to the new COVID-19 Protection Framework from 11.59pm on 2 December 2021 – at which time the Auckland region will move into the ‘Red’ setting under the Framework. Settings for the rest of New Zealand are yet to be announced.
At all levels of the new COVID-19 Protection Framework (being Red, Orange and Green), businesses, retail, and public facilities will generally be able to remain open for vaccinated people. As previously announced, all SkyCity properties in New Zealand will operate as vaccination-only venues when the new COVID-19 Protection Framework comes into effect.
The SkyCity Auckland property will reopen in a staged manner with health and safety measures in place to reflect the Ministry of Health’s latest recommendations and guidelines. Up to date opening times will be available on the SkyCity website at www.skycity.co.nz.
The SkyCity Hamilton and SkyCity Queenstown properties continue to remain open at COVID-19 Alert Level 2.
SkyCity’s businesses outside of New Zealand, SkyCity Adelaide and SkyCity Online Casino, are unaffected by the latest restrictions in New Zealand. SkyCity Adelaide remains open with physical distancing and hygiene requirements already in place.
SkyCity will provide further updates as new material information becomes available.
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