The Marina Bay Sands casino in Singapore will shut for two weeks after authorities detected a Covid cluster, the latest to emerge after an outbreak at a fishery port that pushed the government to reimpose social restrictions. Eleven Covid cases have been linked to the casino owned by Las Vegas Sands Corp (NYSE: LVS), prompting the decision to close until August 5 for deep cleaning and to break the spread of the virus. LVS shares closed 3,07% lower with YTD losses at 23,2%. LVS shares are now sitting on the critical support of $45.