15th coronavirus case is Filipino worker

A 31-year-old male non-resident worker from the Philippines has become the 15th confirmed case of the Covid-19 coronavirus. His infection was confirmed after he had been in Macau for less than one

Indonesian woman is the 14th recorded case of Covid-19

  A 42-year-old woman from Indonesia is infected with Covid-19, the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Centre announced this morning. The woman, who traveled to Macau from Hong Kong was found to

Gov’t assures concessionary fares to stay under new bus contracts

The government has assured lawmakers that the current passenger privileges on public bus services would likely be retained when the new services contracts are finally

Briefs | Overseas students worry about not receiving e-vouchers

Overseas Macau students have expressed concerns about not being able to collect the 3,000 patacas e-voucher, according to a report by Macao Daily News. The Youth Association of

Crime | Chess player threatened over MOP20 board rent

One game of chess played in a public park in Macau reached a “life threatening” level recently, according to a case reported by the Public Security

Health authorities: no travelers can avoid medical examination

The health authorities admitted yesterday that they have been experiencing several problems with Macau residents returning from overseas that refuse to cooperate with the local authorities

Macau drops quarantine measures, goes into lockdown

The Macau SAR is in a partial lockdown after an Executive Order stated that from today, no individuals – aside from Macau residents, non-resident workers

Sports | Motorcycle race used for Macau GP rider selection cancelled

The legendary Isle of Man TT (Tourist Trophy) races (IOMTT), an annual motorcycle sport event run on the Isle of Man in May and June

Sports | Macau FIVB tournament postponed until Tokyo 2020

The Macau leg of the Fédération Internationale de Volleyball (FIVB) will be postponed until the Olympic Games in Tokyo this year, in response to the latest

Gov’t auditor accuses airport management of overlooking security flaws

The Macau International Airport Company (CAM), the concessionaire that manages the daily operation of the Macau International Airport, has been accused of overlooking security loopholes

Gaming – Las Vegas | Adelson’s casinos stay open in city divided over virus

MGM Resorts International and Wynn Resorts Ltd. both announced over the weekend that they were closing their Las Vegas casinos until the coronavirus threat passes. But not

Macau Analysts converge on 75% revenue fall this March

Analysts are converging on a projected fall in gross gaming revenue of between 75% and 80% this month, after February 2020 recorded the lowest monthly

Analysis | Coronavirus could very well slow by the summer

One great unknown about the coronavirus pandemic currently circling the globe is how it will respond as the weather gets warmer. The virus will

Beijing to deepen reform of government functions, enhance employment stability

China will deepen the reform of government functions, foster new drivers of growth, cultivate new forms of industry in the digital economy and keep employment stable, the State

Thailand enacts shutdowns to curb spread of coronavirus

Thailand’s government has enacted stronger measures to combat the spread of the coronavirus, including postponing the country’s biggest holiday, shutting down schools and closing bars.

India | Stringent virus testing criteria may mask toll

A British citizen appeared at a public hospital in India’s capital with a cough, difficulty breathing and a private clinic’s referral for a coronavirus test. She was turned

With borders and businesses closing, world hunkers down

With borders slamming shut, schools and businesses closing and increasingly drastic restrictions on movement in place, tens of millions of people were hunkered down yesterday, heeding

This Day in History | 1982 – Judge halts ‘obscenity’ trial

Charges of gross indecency brought by Mary Whitehouse against a National Theatre director ended today after intervention by the Attorney-General - with both sides claiming victory. Moral

Hong Kong’s jobless rate climbs to 9-year high

Hong Kong’s jobless rate surged to the highest level in almost a decade in February as the full force of disruptions from the novel coronavirus outbreak

Corporate Bits | Melco offers one-year contract for unemployed construction workers

Melco Resorts & Entertainment, with support from Labour Affairs Bureau (DSAL) and the Macao Federation of Trade Unions (FAOM), has offered 100 job opportunities to unemployed local construction workers. According to a statement, the gaming

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