Hong Kong Jockey Club:Resumption of Mark Six Lottery from July 21
The Hong Kong Jockey Club said today (July 3) that it has been approved by the government and can be held on July 5, July 8, July 12, and July 15. Tournament; Liuhe Cai beading will resume from July 21.
According to the arrangement, the Sha Tin Day Race held on July 5th will open some places to reserve seats for customers and members of the public. Except for trainers, jockeys, related staff and directors, only customers and fellow guests who have pre-booked and approved by the Jockey Club are allowed to enter the racecourse.
According to regulations, all persons must comply with public health protection measures, including taking a temperature check before entering the venue, filling in a health declaration form, and wearing surgical masks in the venue. Anyone who has travelled outside the country within 14 days before the race date will not be allowed to enter, except those who are exempted from the quarantine and isolation requirements of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government.
The Jockey Club stated that customers and members of the public of the Prestige Card can book the venues opened on the July 5 Sha Tin Day Race and the remaining race days of the current horse season from 10:00 am on July 3 Submit the electronic health declaration form the day before the racecourse.
The Jockey Club stated that all off-site betting booths (except North Point Electric Road, Mong Kok Dundas Street and Tsuen Wan Sha Tsui Road) will be on non-racing days from 12 noon to 9 pm Open.
The Jockey Club pointed out that, noting that the 2019 coronavirus epidemic has gradually eased, it decided to respond to customer expectations and resume the Liuhe Cai beading from July 21. In addition, from July 16, the service hours of the off-site betting office will return to normal.
It is reported that this is the first time since February of this year that the Hong Kong Jockey Club resumed the Mark Six Lottery in Hong Kong, and the restoration of the betting office will greatly facilitate millions of Hong Kong lottery players.