Two more cases of people breaching quarantine

The representative of the Public Security Police Force (PSP) at the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Center advised that the PSP has detected two more cases of people under quarantine

Social Welfare Bureau working to de-stigmatize mental illness online

Online tensions have become more pronounced in recent months, as people have spent more time indoors and online, according Tang Yuk Wa, acting vice director of the Social Welfare Bureau

Australian tourist among latest Macau Covid-19 cases

Macau has seen four more positive cases within a single morning, bringing its total number of Covid-19 cases to 30, the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Center has confirmed. The

People in Macau barred from Hong Kong airport departures

People in Macau will not be able to travel via the Hong Kong International Airport as the new measures enforced by the neighboring authorities disallow the entry of people arriving

Briefs | Ninth quarantine hotel to be announced soon

During yesterday’s press conference at the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Center, the representative of the Macao Government Tourism Office, Inês Chan, informed that a ninth hotel facility to be

Three to face prosecution after breaching quarantine

The representative of the Public Security Police Force (PSP) at the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Center, informed that the PSP has detected three cases of people under quarantine who

New entry restrictions single out mainland China as only safe place

New entry restrictions that came into effect at midnight have set the bar higher for people wishing the enter the Macau Special Administrative Region. According to an announcement yesterday by the

CE criticizes ‘unreachable’ casino operators for not offering quarantine facilities

Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng has criticized Macau’s six gaming concessionaires for their unwillingness to allow their integrated resorts to be used as quarantine hotels amid the Covid-19 pandemic. Ho

Social media users applaud quarantine hotel’s gift-giving

One of the hotels designated by the Macau government to host local returnees under quarantine has been applauded by social media users for handing out little gifts to the returnees. Earlier

Crime | 2.5 million patacas lost in a month of mask scams

From February 18 to March 23, the Judiciary Police (PJ) received 41 cases of mask scams involving 55 victims, the law enforcement authority disclosed yesterday. These scams have reportedly caused

Social media clip shows police in routine traffic monitoring

A video clip circulated recently on social media showing an officer of the Public Security Police Force (PSP) filming nearby traffic, possibly with the purpose of detecting driving violations. A voiceover

Prepaid cards without registration to be suspended by April 19

The Macao Post and Telecommunications Bureau has reminded all prepaid card users to register at its telecom shops on or before April 19 to avoid a suspension of services. In accordance

Scaffolding collapse kills three people at construction site

A scaffolding structure at the construction site of an integrated resort collapsed yesterday, claiming three lives and injured another four, public broadcaster Radio Macau reported. The site concerned belongs to casino

US newspapers urge China not to expel their journalists

The publishers of three major American newspapers have written an open letter asking China to reverse its recent decision to expel many of their correspondents working in the country. The letter

Back to Wuhan | Asymptomatic cases are testing positive after Beijing announces lifting the lockdown

Back in China’s Wuhan, where the virus first appeared, asymptomatic people are still testing positive for it— four days after the country said there have been no new cases at the epicenter of

Research | Loss of smell, taste, might signal pandemic virus infection

A loss of smell or taste might be an early sign of infection with the pandemic virus, say medical experts who cite reports from several countries. It might even serve as

Thailand imposes state of emergency to control coronavirus

Thailand’s government approved on Tuesday a one-month state of emergency allowing it to impose stricter measures to control the coronavirus that has infected hundreds of people in the Southeast Asian

Pandemic | UN: 85% of new infections, deaths coming from Europe and US

Infections and deaths globally from the coronavirus are expected to increase “considerably” when global figures are published later yesterday, the World Health Organization said. Overnight reporting showed 85% of the new

This Day in History | 1980 – Britain will go to Moscow Olympics

The British Olympic Association (BOA) has voted by a large majority to defy the government and send athletes to the Olympic Games in Moscow. Fifteen sports voted to accept the invitation

Hong Kong booze ban may wipe out thousands of bars and restaurants

The normally packed streets of Hong Kong’s Lan Kwai Fong bar district were virtually empty on Monday night. So too was a popular Italian eatery in Wan Chai, a neighborhood

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