Crown Resorts To resume Perth Gaming Operations. This is since the restrictions in the Peel and Perth regions set to ease as planned. (Image Source: crownresorts.com.au) Once again, the Western Australian Government has confirmed that Crown Perth has been given the go-ahead to recommence casino operations with restrictions in the Peel and Perth regions set to ease as planned from Saturday, 8th of May by 12:01 am. \u00a0Late last month, the government imposed a 3-day lockdown which caused activities to seize in all sectors. Crown Perth facility gaming offerings was able to reopen after the lockdown was relaxed but it lasted for just 2 days from Saturday, May 1. The government had to order the immediate closure of the facilities when 3 COVID-19 cases were reported there. Now they have been given the green light to resume operations as long as no further outbreak is recorded. The new opening will take effect from Saturday, May 8, and the venue's casino, including beverage and food facilities within the casino, can open to customers following restrictions placed by the Western Australian Government. Restrictions Put in Place Some of the restrictions include physical hygiene and social distancing protocols and a requirement of 1 person per 2 square meters which also applies to all nightclubs that are set to reopen. Other restrictions include the deactivation of every second electronic table game and electronic gaming. Now Crown Perth can continue to operate its non-casino beverages and food venues as well as its hotels, conference, and banqueting facilities. Statement from Crown Perth Crown Perth confirmed the recent lift of restrictions and also mentioned that it expects to start operating under the amended restrictions from May 8, 2021. It also added that it will continue to liaise and work closely with appropriate authorities in Western Australia and respond quickly to measures put in place by the Government to reduce the spread of the deadly pandemic. The announced restrictions will be in effect till Saturday, May 15 by 12:01 am with main stadiums including HBF Stadium, HBF Park, RAC Arena, and Optus allowed to reopen and operate at seventy-five percent capacity while everyone must use their masks at all times. Masks are only needed in public areas like transport, disability facilities, hospitals aged care, and big events with over 1,000 people. There is also a 100-person limit in homes, outdoor and private indoor gatherings while a 200-person limit is set on funerals, weddings, and other big events. People who want to host more than 200 people at their event must write to the government to apply for an exemption.