Gov’t reports 10 new cases, tally rises to 46

Macau is still battling with its worse Covid-19 outbreak yet as the city has already recorded a total of 46 new SARS-CoV-2 infections of unknown origin as

Tally rises to 36 cases, majority asymptomatic

The number of Covid-19 confirmed cases in Macau has risen to a total of 36, the director of the Health Bureau (SSM), Dr. Alvis Lo, said

Gov’t reassures availability of essential supplies

The local government has assured the public in a statement that supplies of essential commodities are ample, and has discouraged panic purchasing. Availability of supplies

Iconic Jumbo Restaurant capsizes in South China Sea

The iconic Jumbo Floating Restaurant capsized on Sunday after encountering adverse conditions while passing Xisha Islands in the South China Sea. Water entered into the

May falls slightly short from April in tourist arrivals

The city has accommodated about 601,000 tourists in May, which was 1% short from the count in April, the Statistics and Census Service (DSEC) of

Zhuhai sees two asymptomatic cases from Macau

Three new asymptomatic SARS-CoV-2 positive cases have been detected in Zhuhai, with two of entrants from Macau, health agencies in Zhuhai announced yesterday. The

Outbreak Mass testing finds nine groups of preliminary positives

The citywide mass testing for Covid-19 which commenced June 19 noontime and continuing until June 21 has found more preliminary positive infections, the director of

Education bureau reminds students to avoid conducting parallel trade

The Education and Youth Development Bureau (DSEDJ) expressed its concerns in a statement over the recent arrest of several students who were allegedly involved in

Analysts expect ‘near-zero’ revenue while casino stocks plunge following outbreak

Macau's casino stocks saw a plunge yesterday after the government’s announcement of a new wave of Covid-19 cases dealt a fresh blow to the crippled gaming sector.

China’s first Horn of Africa envoy offers to mediate in region

China's first special envoy to the Horn of Africa yesterday offered to mediate in disputes in the region as Beijing seeks to strengthen its influence and

Magnitude 6.0 earthquake shakes central Taiwan coast

A magnitude 6.0 earthquake shook Taiwan yesterday morning. There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries.The quake struck at 9:05 a.m. at a depth of 6.8 kilometers

South Asia floods hampering access to food, clean water

Days of flooding are challenging authorities yesterday in South Asia as they try to deliver food and drinking water to shelters across submerged swaths of India

Australian leader refuses to publicly intervene on Assange

Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese yesterday rejected calls for him to publicly demand the United States drop its prosecution of WikiLeaks founder and Australian citizen

Russian journalist sells Nobel Prize for Ukrainian children

What's the price of peace? That question could be partially answered today (Macau time) when Russian journalist Dmitry Muratov auctions off his Nobel Peace Prize

1982 Princess Diana gives birth to boy

Diana, Princess of Wales, has given birth to a boy sixteen hours after checking in to St Mary’s Hospital, in London.  The boy, who has been

‘Lightyear’ stays earthbound, ‘Jurassic World’ holds No. 1

  Not only did it open lower than expected, but it also failed to conquer “Jurassic World: Dominion,” which held on to the first-place spot with $58.7

Title IX update faces polarized challenges

At least 19 states now either bar or limit participation in sports by transgender athletes, who are at the center of a polarizing, politicized debate, even

Japan to host east zone playoffs in Asian Champions League

The Asian Champions League playoffs in the eastern zone are set to be staged in Japan in August. The Asian Football Confederation yesterday said the

Bitcoin-boosting Salvadoran leader asks for patience

El Salvador’s Bitcoin-boosting president has asked people to be patient after the price of the cryptocurrency fell below $20,000 — less than half the price the

Cooler weather helps Spain with fires; rain helps in Germany

Cooler temperatures helped firefighters yesterday stabilize a wildfire in northwestern Spain that reports say is the biggest on record in the country. The fire in the Sierra de Culebra

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