Overseas residents may seek Chinese embassy’s help to return to Macau

Overseas Macau local residents who wish to return to Macau have been suggested to seek help from Chinese embassy if they wish to return to Macau, according to Inés Chan,

ExCo passed 10 billion patacas Covid-19 relief fund 

The Executive Council has completed the discussion on the draft of the amendment of the 2020 budget, according to an announcement published by the ExCo Friday morning. The total expenditure amount

Covid-19-free medical certificates not issued by public medical facilities

Should Macau residents need a certificate stating they are not infected with Covid-19 for their necessary outbound travel, they will not be able to obtain one from a public medical

AL passes cybersecurity law targeting fraudulent mobile base stations

The Legislative Assembly (AL) yesterday passed amendments to the cybersecurity law, which criminalizes the operation of fraudulent mobile base stations. The bill mainly involves four major amendments: the specification of a

Lawmaker wants all non-local workers exempt from minimum wage

Lawmaker Song Pek Kei has stated that there will be “fairness” and “equity” only when Macau’s law excludes all non-local workers from minimum wage policies. During yesterday’s Legislative Assembly (AL), Song

Vegas casino executives discuss reopening with dealers in masks

Casino executives from rival companies are informally discussing what Las Vegas will look like when one of the largest U.S. tourist destinations reopens to guests. Some of the measures suggested

Traffic accident injures woman aged 67

  A 67-year-old woman was hit by a taxi while walking across a zebra crossing on Wednesday night, sustaining injuries to her left thigh, chest and both hands. The traffic accident

Plans to use Taipa ferry terminal as airport extension still in initial phase

Plans to use the Taipa Maritime Terminal in Cotai as an extension of the Macau International Airport are still in an initial phase, Secretary for Transport and Public Works Raimundo

Main Taipa road to be partially blocked this weekend

Avenida de Guimarães will be partially blocked tomorrow and Sunday due to work on the construction of a footbridge laid above the central axis of the road. The avenue connects the

Toxic substance found in Thai soda water brand exceeds regulation limit

Bromate has been found in quantities over the legally permitted threshold in a batch of soda water from Thailand, the Municipal Affairs Bureau (IAM) has announced. The brand, Chang, is one

UM develops new technology to enhance cancer precision medicine

A research team at the University of Macau’s (UM) Faculty of Health Sciences has made a breakthrough in optical molecular imaging and precision medicine for cancer treatment, according to a

Academic says ‘stay home’ policy may increase risk of domestic violence

  The current Covid-19 pandemic and the consequential extensive “stay home” policy in Macau and other places may result in more domestic violence cases, Cecilia Ho, an academic of social work

Beijing says no plans to limit export of anti-virus supplies

China won’t restrict exports of medical goods needed to fight the coronavirus pandemic, a government spokesman said yesterday, amid global tension over scarce masks and ventilators. China, the biggest maker of

Takeaways from internal documents on China’s virus response

On Jan. 14, China’s top health agency told provincial officials that they were facing a likely epidemic from a new coronavirus — but didn’t alert the public for six days. Internal

Medical intelligence sleuths tracked, warned of new virus

  In late February when President Donald Trump was urging Americans not to panic over the novel coronavirus, alarms were sounding at a little-known intelligence unit situated on a U.S. Army

This Day in history | 1961 Exiles invade Cuba at Bay of Pigs

Reports from Cuba say the island has been invaded by counter-revolutionary forces trying to overthrow the country’s leader, Fidel Castro. The only news coming out of Cuba is broadcast by the

Africa to roll out more than one million coronavirus tests

More than 1 million coronavirus tests will be rolled out starting next week in Africa to address the “big gap” in assessing the true number of cases on the continent,

DRIVE IN | A sober diplomacy drama in ‘Sergio’

The United Nations diplomat Sérgio Vieira de Mello has been described as a cross between James Bond and Bobby Kennedy, which sounds like a compelling enough pitch for a film


China is denying allegations that the coronavirus pandemic may have originated in a laboratory near the city of Wuhan where contagious samples were being stored. Foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian cited

One Good Thing | To love and to cherish: Nurse couple unites to fight virus

Between surgeries one stressful morning, Ben Cayer and Mindy Brock — husband and wife, and fellow nurse anesthetists — peered through layers of protective gear, and locked eyes. It was a

WP2Social Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com