25th case of coronavirus confirmed in Macau

Macau has announced the 25thconfirmed case of coronavirus in an Indonesian national non-resident worker who recently returned to the city. The 41-year-old male is the husband of the 14thcase and the

Health authority explains ‘imported connective cases’

People who are infected by an imported Covid-19 patient, in other words someone who contracted the infection abroad, are categorized as “imported connective cases”, the local Center for Disease Control

Grand Lapa Hotel designated eighth medical observation venue

The Macau government has announced it will temporarily utilize the Grand Lapa Hotel as the eighth property designated for medical observation. The Grand Lapa Hotel is situated on Avenida da

Hong Kong to bar all visitors, even those from within China

Hong Kong is set to bar the entry of all visitors to the territory for 14 days starting from tomorrow. Even travelers from mainland China, Macau and Taiwan are included

Courts warn of precedents on mandatory isolation

The Office of the President of the Court of Final Appeal (TUI) issued a statement yesterday warning citizens about existing legal precedents on previous cases regarding appeals against mandatory isolation

Covid-19 center receives over 300 inquiries within 24 hours

The Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Center received more than 300 inquiries within the 24-hour period starting 8 a.m. on March 22, relating to a wide variety of issues facing

MGM names casino veteran Bill Hornbuckle as its acting CEO

MGM Resorts International named Bill Hornbuckle as its acting chief executive officer effective immediately, tapping the casino giant’s top lieutenant to take the reins during a time of crisis. The move

Briefs | Ella Lei proposes virtual museum visits

  Lawmaker Ella Lei has proposed that the local government make use of new technologies to allow members of the public to virtually visit museums and other historical sites. In her

Australian casinos close amid surge in Covid-19 cases

The casino industry in Australia is the latest sector to be hit by the novel coronavirus outbreak, after the government ordered a closure due to the sharp rise in the

Conference to be held online to reduce spread of coronavirus

The 11th International Development Informatics Association conference (IDIA2020) that will take place for three days from tomorrow in the Macau SAR will be moved to a virtual format to limit

Gov’t auditor criticizes IAM’s unreasonable progress on tree management system

A follow-up report from the Commission of Audit (CA) to monitor the Municipal Affairs Bureau’s (IAM) management of Macau’s trees and green areas, found that the measures enforced in the

Legislative Assembly | Penalties for unlicensed school operators unfair, according to lawmakers

Lawmakers and legal advisors at the Legislative Assembly (AL) have voiced the opinion that some interim measures proposed under the non-tertiary private education bill are unfair, especially for property owners. Yesterday,

Stigmatizing of China is just same old vinegar being sold as wine

The novel coronavirus pandemic has become a sort of reagent test kit showing whether a government has been infected by stigmatism that makes them put their own political interests above

Analysis | Spat between China diplomats signals internal split over Trump

An unusual public spat between two top Chinese diplomats points to an internal split in Beijing over how to handle rising tensions with a combative U.S. president. The differences spilled into

People in China need a green light from Alibaba app to move around country

To get permission to leave China’s coronavirus epicenter and return to his job in Hong Kong, a Chinese banker needed two things: a letter from his company and a green

This Day in History | 1992 – Punch ends 150 years of satire

Punch, Britain’s oldest satirical magazine, is to close after suffering crippling losses of £1.5m a year. The decision ends a publishing tradition dating back almost 151 years. It is expected to publish

Pandemic | Virus rebels from France to Florida flout lockdown practices

Young German adults hold “corona parties” and cough toward older people. A Spanish man leashes a goat to go for a walk to skirt confinement orders. From France to Florida

Coronavirus rekindles oil spill memories along Gulf Coast

The spring of the coronavirus feels a lot like the summer of oil to residents along the Gulf Coast. Bars and restaurants are empty in Florida because of an invisible threat

Corporate Bits | MGM Cotai awarded energy management certification

MGM Cotai has recently attained the ISO 50001:2018 certification for effective energy management systems, making the company’s two properties ISO 50001 certified, the gaming operator announced in a statement. MGM

Tokyo Olympics seem sure to happen – but in 2021, not 2020

The Tokyo Olympics are going to happen — but almost surely in 2021 rather than in four months as planned. This became clear after the IOC on Sunday announced it was

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