RAT to continue until Friday, new round of mass testing hinted

The measure comes alongside the ongoing citywide nucleic acid test (NAT) and, as Lo explained, is a temporary measure during the expected period of peak influence of typhoon

Authorities suggest postponing non-essential activities

  Health authorities are asking people to exercise caution and consider postponing non-essential activities planned for the upcoming days, the coordinator at the local Center for Disease Control and Prevention,

T8 chance ‘medium to relatively high’ tomorrow 

Macau’s typhoon signal no. 3 is expected to remain at least until tomorrow as Typhoon Nalgae is closer to Macau than expected. The Meteorological and Geophysics Bureau (SMG) raised

October gaming revenues tally to MOP3.9b

Macau saw its gross gaming revenue (GGR) rise 31.6% month-to-month to nearly MOP3.90 billion, albeit from a low base as last month’s receipts stood at MOP2.96 billion, which was

Residents required to undergo mass testing tomorrow

China, meanwhile, announced that it will start issuing group visas to Macau from Tuesday (November 1). The issuance of group package tours to Macau and eVisas under the Individual Visit Scheme

Gov’t starts to cancel events, mandates residents to undergo RAT

This comes after the three new cases that were detected today - an addition to the Fai Chi Kei Covid-19 cluster that currently has four positive cases. 

China is debating possible reduction to Covid quarantine for travelers: report

Chinese officials are debating whether to reduce the amount of time people coming into the country must spend in mandatory quarantine, Bloomberg reported today , citing sources familiar with the

Melco’s in-house program wins global accolade

Melco Resorts & Entertainment’s in-house training program “Morpheus Moments – Whatever It Takes, Whenever, However” has won the top ATD 2022 Excellence in Practice Award by the Association for

Hainan beach resort expands lockdowns

The capital of China's Hainan province has locked down its residents for 13 hours today (Monday) as a COVID-19 outbreak grows on the tropical island during the summer school holidays. The

Hong Kong cuts hotel quarantine to 3 days for arrivals

Hong Kong will reduce the mandatory hotel quarantine for overseas arrivals to three days from a week, the city's leader said today (Monday). The southern Chinese city remains one of the

US House Speaker Pelosi arrives in Taiwan, defying Beijing

U.S. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi arrived in Taiwan tonight (Tuesday night) despite threats from Beijing of serious consequences, becoming the highest-ranking American official to visit the self-ruled island claimed by

Some businesses permitted to resume from Saturday

Between July 23 and 29, some businesses will be allowed to reopen “with limited capacity” while in compliance with Health Bureau (SSM) guidelines, Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng announced

Partial lockdown to continue until July 22

The city's suspension of non-essential services is set to continue until midnight of July 23, according to a Chief Executive dispatch released today. Last week, the government has ordered all industries

‘Work permit’ required to get on public buses this week

30 special public bus routes will operate from July 11 to July 18 amid the suspension of industrial and commercial services. According to a statement issued by the Transport

Facebook, Twitter remove Shinzo Abe assassination videos

Twitter, Facebook parent Meta and other social media companies scrambled police videos on their platforms of the assassination of former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe that break rules on harmful

Gov’t mandates public to stay at home

The Executive Order No. 115/2022, signed by the Chief Executive today, includes the requirement for individuals to stay at home, unless their outings are necessary, such as for "work in

Gov’t orders suspension of non-essential services from July 11

  The government has ordered all industries and commercial companies and venues in Macau to suspend operation from July 11 until July 18. In a press conference today, authorities clarified that the

Covid-19 tally rises to 65 after 16 new cases

Macau has registered 16 fresh case as of 9 a.m. today, bringing the total caseload  to 65. The cases involve 45 women and 20 men, aged between eight months

Gov’t announces details of tests for key groups

The government has just announced the details of SARS-CoV-2 nucleic acid tests (NATs) to be administered today (June 22) on particular groups of people. Before taking the test, the following groups

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

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