Written by: Wang Jieen
2020-07-13 13:21Last update date: 2020-07-13 13:29
Affected by the new crown pneumonia, Mark Six has suspended bead beating for more than 5 months. The Jockey Club announced earlier that it will resume the Mark Six draw on the 21st of this month (next Tuesday) and accept bets from this Thursday (16th). However, there has been a large-scale outbreak in Hong Kong recently, and the Jockey Club announced today (13th) that it will postpone the resumption of the bead until further notice.
The Jockey Club announced earlier that it will resume the betting of the Mark Six Lottery on July 21 and accept bets from July 16. (Profile picture / Photograph by Chen Jingqi)
The outbreak of New Coronary Pneumonia occurred in Hong Kong early this year. The Jockey Club announced at the end of January that after the completion of the Mark Six betting on February 1, it will be postponed until further notice to avoid crowds at the betting stations. Until the beginning of July, the Jockey Club announced that the Mark Six will resume betting on July 21 and accept bets from noon on July 16.
However, there will be another epidemic outbreak in Hong Kong. The Mark Six bead, which was originally scheduled to resume on July 21, will be postponed again, meaning that the return of Mark Six Lottery will continue indefinitely.
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