As virus spreads, other countries can learn from China

As the new coronavirus spread rapidly in central China, the country's authoritarian government took a very authoritarian step: It ordered the unprecedented lockdown of 60 million people in the hardest-hit

Macau’s visitor expenditure down by 8% in 2019

  The total spending of visitors to the city excluding gaming expenses in 2019 dropped by 8.0 percent year-on-year to 64.08 billion patacas (about $7.98 billion), the statistic department said today

Medical tests at border may include Macau residents

The Macau SAR government has indicated the possibility of also requiring mandatory medical examinations and tests performed at Macau’s medical checkpoints for Macau local residents. During today’s (Friday) government’s daily press

50 drivers apply for home quarantine exemption

  Fifty drivers have applied to the Macau local government for an exemption from the 14-day home quarantine measures, according to Nam Yue (Group) Company Limited. The drivers transport vegetables between

Two Taiwanese men charged for operating phone scam

The Judiciary Police (PJ) has discovered that two men from Taiwan living in a residential unit in northern Macau were responsible for a phone scam. The two men are 21

Man accused of scamming 12 over face masks awaiting trial

The Public Prosecutions Office (MP) has said that a man suspected of swindling 12 citizens by falsely advertising face mask sales will be released on bail, awaiting trial. He will

Drunk driver impersonates twin brother

A local man has impersonated his twin brother by using the latter’s identification card during police questioning. At midnight yesterday, the Public Security Police Force (PSP) found Ng, a 34-year-old local

Tuition centers, entertainment venues to reopen Monday

Tuition centers and continuing education establishments, along with a series of entertainment and leisure venues, have been allowed to resume operations from March 2 under certain conditions decided by the

Another patient recovers from Covid-19, but still in quarantine

Eight out of 10 patients in Macau confirmed to have Covid-19 have now recovered, with the latest case being discharged from the Conde de São Januário Hospital (CHCSJ) yesterday. However, considering

Philippine gov’t to decide on repatriating nationals in the SAR

The Philippine government will soon decide on whether to repatriate its nationals from Macau. Several stranded Filipinos in Macau have been calling on the Philippine government’s assistance since flights were

Security authority open to reviewing personnel’s work schedule

The security authority is open to discussing the possibility of its personnel operating on a similar schedule to that of ordinary civil servants. In response to lawmaker Sulu Sou’s interpellation regarding

FDCT receives 74 proposals related to combating Covid-19

The Science and Technology Development Fund (FDCT) received a total of 74 project applications from various institutions and enterprises after it called for research proposals related to the Covid-19 outbreak. The

Officials: Chinese industry recovering, more aid coming

Small, mostly private companies that are the engine of China’s economy are back to operating at one-third of normal levels after anti-virus controls shut factories, shops and restaurants, regulators said

Xinhua Analysis: China’s governance capacity, system strength highlighted by int’l observers

Observers around the world said Chinese President Xi Jinping’s speech on Sunday has demonstrated the country’s governance capacity and social system strength in its fight against the COVID-19. In his speech,

Hardest-hit China, South Korea count 938 new virus cases

As the worst-hit areas of Asia continued to struggle with a viral epidemic, with hundreds more cases reported yesterday in South Korea and China, worries about infection and containment spread

Saudi Arabia halts pilgrimages over virus; Iran cases spike

Saudi Arabia yesterday banned foreign pilgrims from entering the kingdom to visit Islam’s holiest sites over the new coronavirus, potentially disrupting the plans of millions of faithful ahead of the

This Day in History | 1986 – Swedish prime minister assassinated

The Swedish prime minister has died after being shot in a street ambush in central Stockholm. His wife was wounded. Olof and Lisbeth Palme were attacked as they were leaving a

Covid-19 | US identifies first coronavirus case without outbreak ties

U.S. health authorities said they’ve identified the first case of coronavirus that doesn’t have known ties to an existing outbreak, a worrying signal that the virus is circulating in the

Euro hopeful flags laundering concern in wide banking probe

Romania’s central bank has launched a probe over alleged money laundering after questionable transactions at half of the euro aspirant’s commercial lenders raised suspicions from outside the country. The central bank

Football | Champions League: Man City rallies to beat Real Madrid

  REAL MADRID 1, MAN CITY 2 With two late goals in five minutes, Manchester City turned the tables on Real Madrid and boosted its chances of finally winning an elusive Champions

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