CE: Macau can’t afford to lose mainland link

Macau needs to continue adhering to the national zero-Covid strategy otherwise it will risk losing support from the mainland and jeopardize established border agreements, the Chief

WHO considers declaring monkeypox a global health emergency

As the World Health Organization convenes its emergency committee yesterday to consider if the spiraling outbreak of monkeypox warrants being declared a global emergency, some experts say

Casino contracts extension inked

Yesterday the government and casino concessionaires signed a deal to extend the current gaming licenses to December 31 this year. The CE announced this news at

Catering association: majority of F&B operators heed gov’t discouragement of dining in

A local catering association says most restaurants have complied with the government’s call to discourage patrons dining in.  Aeson Lei, president of the Macau

CE claims that infections came from a strain common in UK, US

  According to the CE, the recent cases, amounting to 110 at the time of the press conference, were identified as the BA5.1 strain of the Omicron variant. This

Gov’t explains ‘community zero-Covid’ target

Community zero-Covid, in summary, is the goal of cutting off all transmission links within the general public, pulmonologist Alvis Lo, director of the Health Bureau

Quarantined accused of contact between rooms

  An alleged violation during the mandatory quarantine triggered by the current Covid-19 outbreak was confirmed at the now daily health press conference yesterday. Near the end of

Air Macau’s revenue surges to MOP1.2b in 2021

Local flag carrier Air Macau has recorded a revenue increase to MOP1.2 billion in 2021, citing the partial recovery of the tourism market compared to 2020, when the city

Macau Dome quarantine facility to commence operations today

The temporary quarantine facility at the Macau East Asian Games Dome will replace the similar facility at the Taipa Maritime Terminal from 6 a.m. today,

Gov’t orders suspension of entertainment venues, dine-in services

The government has announced in an Official Gazette entry the shutdown of all entertainment venues citywide from 5 p.m. yesterday as Covid-19 cases in the city

China’s Xi criticizes sanctions at meeting of BRICS nations

Chinese President Xi Jinping opened a meeting of leaders of major developing countries yesterday by saying the world should oppose unilateral sanctions and efforts by some countries to

Chinese, Iranian FMs holds phone conversation on ties

Amir Abdollahian wished a complete success for the 14th BRICS Summit as well as the High-level Dialogue on Global Development and expressed the belief that China

Japan suspect in Covid relief fraud deported by Indonesia

A Japanese man accused of defrauding the government of 1 billion yen ($7.3 million) intended for small Japanese businesses hurt by the coronavirus pandemic was arrested

1983 US astronaut Sally Ride returns

America’s first woman in space has returned safely to Earth in the Challenger space shuttle after a successful six-day flight.  Sally Ride, aged 32, captured the

Austin Butler, Baz Luhrmann deliver a grand ‘Elvis’

The brief life of Elvis Presley is not something that fits neatly into a conventional biopic formula, though many have tried. It was, perhaps, always going to

‘The Lies I Tell’ is a hard to put down thriller

Clear your schedule to read “The Lies I Tell” because this book is nearly impossible to put down from the first page. It begins from

Indie rockers Foals offer album perfect for summer

Indie-pop art rockers Foals gave us more than enough to process with their last offering. Now they seem to want us to dance. And dance we

N. Korea talks of new army duties suggest nuclear deployment

North Korea discussed assigning additional duties to front-line army units at a key military meeting, state media said yesterday a move that analysts said indicates it plans

US coach makes dramatic rescue of artistic swimmer at worlds

Andrea Fuentes prevented a tragedy at the swimming world championships with her quick reaction. The United States coach knew something was wrong when she saw artistic swimmer

Pandemic’s impacts on how people live and work may change city centers for decades to come

If companies allowed more of their employees to permanently work from home, businesses would gravitate toward city centers, while people would primarily live in the periphery, resulting in

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