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

Gov’t confirms 31 positive cases

Macau is battling with its worst Covid-19 outbreak yet as the city recorded 31 new SARS-CoV-2 infections of unknown origin as of 10 p.m. today. The government has not stated whether

Macau kicks off mass testing following discovery of 12 positive cases

A  citywide mass testing for Covid-19 will commence at 12 p.m. today as at least 12 positive cases were reported earlier today, the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Centre announced

City enters another ‘immediate prevention status’

As of 1 a.m., the Macau SAR entered the “immediate prevention status” — just several minutes after the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Centre announced that a nucleic acid test

Gov’t shortens quarantine period to 10 days

The quarantine period for inbound travellers from overseas will be shortened from 14 days to 10 days, the government announced today. From June 15, individuals who meet certain conditions and enter

Japan, US fly fighters after China drill, N. Korean missiles

Japanese and U.S. forces have conducted a joint fighter jet flight over the Sea of Japan, Japan's military said today (Thursday), in an apparent response to a Russia-China joint bomber

China wants ten Pacific nations to endorse sweeping agreement

EXCLUSIVE - China wants 10 small Pacific nations to endorse a sweeping agreement covering everything from security to fisheries in what one leader warns is a "game-changing" bid by Beijing

Classes suspended ahead of expected heavy rain

The Education and Youth Affairs Bureau (DSEDJ) has announced the suspension of classes at all stages of non-tertiary education tomorrow, with higher education institutions advised to follow relevant regulations. This comes

Official: US gave intel that helped Ukraine sink Russian warship

The U.S. says it shared intelligence with Ukraine about the location of the Russian missile cruiser Moskva prior to the strike that sank the warship, an incident that was a

Ships sink after blaze returns following initial extinguishment

Fire and smoke reignited early today on a fishing ship that was destroyed Monday evening as they caught fire, before some of them were partially submerged. The reignition was observed at

March casinos revenue down 56% to lowest level in 18 months

Macau’s gaming revenue plunged 55.8% in March to the lowest level in 18 months, as a worsening Covid-19 outbreak in China battered tourism in the city. Gross gaming revenue was MOP3.67

Only vaccinated travelers allowed entry from Apr. 3

Vaccination against Covid-19 will be required for travelers aged 12 and above entering Macau from April 3, the government announced in a statement today. Travelers entering Macau who are aged 12

Latest updates: China’s Xi criticizes sanctions on Russia

BEIJING — China says President Xi Jinping has criticized sanctions imposed on Russia over its war against Ukraine as "harmful to all sides," in a video summit with French President

Latest updates: Foreign ministers of Ukraine, Russia to meet

The latest developments on the Russia-Ukraine war: ANKARA, Turkey — Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says the foreign ministers of Russia and Ukraine will meet near the Turkish Mediterranean coastal city

Gov’t plans to extend gaming licences to Dec. 31

The government is planning to extend the current gaming concessions until the end of 2022 to cope with the law amendment progress, Secretary for Economy and Finance Lei Wai Nong

Russia bombs Kharkiv and convoy nears Kyiv

Russian shelling pounded civilian targets in Ukraine's second-largest city again today (Tuesday] and a 40-mile convoy of tanks and other vehicles threatened the capital — tactics Ukraine's embattled president said

Ukraine War: Lithuania wants Russia probed for war crimes

VILNIUS — Lithuania says it wants the United Nations' highest court to investigate alleged war crimes and crimes against humanity committed by Russia and Belarus. The Baltic country's Justice Minister Evelina

Live updates: Ukraine diplomat urges China to talk to Putin

TOKYO — The Ukrainian ambassador to Japan is urging China to join international efforts to stop the Russian "massacre" in his country amid Beijing's lack of criticism of Moscow's actions. "We

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