Third round of masks sale starts today, first including children

The third round of distribution for protective face masks acquired by the government launches today. For the first time, this round of distribution will include masks specially for children aged

MGEMA: Gaming industry may take three months to recover

At least three months will be needed for business in the casino sector to recover from the effect of the coronavirus and the closure of entertainment facilities mandated by the

Crime | Man abducts love interest to win affection

A man allegedly staged a fraudulent kidnapping attempt with the help of three other men to abduct a married former high school classmate, in the hope of making her fall

Information bureau opens instagram account to reach young people

  The Government Information Bureau (GCS) has opened an official account on Instagram to bring government news to young people. The account was opened yesterday with the handle “macaugcs”. The local

Man curses at Transmac workers after barred from boarding bus

  A man reportedly cursed at workers of bus operator Transmac after he was not allowed to board a bus, according to a report by public broadcaster TDM. The man was

South Korea tightens measures on tourists from Macau

Following South Korea’s confirmation of two novel coronavirus infections of individuals who flew in from Macau, the country has decided to require passengers arriving from China’s two Special Administrative Regions

Hundreds of local students unable to return to Taiwan

Nearly 1,200 Macau students are unable to return to Taiwan to resume their studies after the Taiwan government suspended Hong Kong and Macau residents’ entry to the territory, starting from

IAM removes infographic after accusations of racism

Municipal Affairs Bureau president José Tavares removed an inflammatory message that incited discrimination against domestic helpers from the government website after the bureau was accused of racism against Filipinos. The infographic

GGCT in contact with local residents aboard cruise ship in Yokohama

The Tourism Crisis Management Office (GGCT) said it is paying close attention to developments in the case of a cruise ship harbored in Yokohama, which has five local residents aboard. The

Alibaba blocked from Hong Kong stock link to China

Investors betting on Alibaba Group Holding Ltd.’s inclusion in a program allowing mainland Chinese investors to buy its shares in Hong Kong could be in for a disappointment. China’s largest e-commerce

HK’s richest tycoon gives $13 million to battle virus

The charity of Hong Kong’s richest man donated HKD100 million ($13 million) to help Wuhan, the city at the epicenter of China’s coronavirus outbreak. The money from Li Ka Shing Foundation

Virus cases in HK apartments recall SARS memories

The diagnosis of four people living in a single Hong Kong apartment block who were sickened by a new virus is prompting worried comparisons with the deadly SARS pandemic of

Singapore braces for 30% tourism drop after virus outbreak

  Singapore could see a 25% to 30% decline in tourist arrivals and spending this year because of the coronavirus outbreak, as the industry braces for a worse impact than the

Dubai’s jobs vanish at the fastest pace in a decade

  Business growth in Dubai stalled while jobs disappeared at the fastest pace in at least a decade in the latest signs of strain on the Middle East’s commercial hub. Operating conditions

Sands China donates 500,000 surgical masks

Sands China Ltd. is donating 500,000 medical facemasks to the local government as part of the company’s pledge to support the SAR’s efforts to combat the novel coronavirus. Secretary for Social

GEG to extend donation to local schools

Galaxy Entertainment Group announced a subsidy scheme to assist local schools and nursery service users amid the pneumonia outbreak caused by the novel coronavirus. Initiated by the Galaxy Entertainment Group Foundation,

UN experts meet to fast-track drugs, vaccines for new virus

The World Health Organization convened a group of experts yesterday to fast-track promising tests, drugs and vaccines to help slow the outbreak of a new virus that emerged in China

Mainland’s daily death toll from virus tops 100 for first time

China’s daily death toll from a new virus topped 100 for the first time and pushed the total for the outbreak above 1,000, authorities said yesterday, after leader Xi Jinping

UK man linked to virus spread thanks doctors for recovery

A businessman from England who contracted the new virus from China and may have spread it through his wide travels thanked Britain’s National Health Service after he recovered. Steve Walsh issued

Thailand | Health authority yields to virus fears, bars docking of cruise ship

Thai health authorities have barred a cruise ship from docking that has already been turned away by the Philippines, Taiwan and Japan out of concern over a new virus, although

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