5G network tender accepting bids until Aug. 12

The government has finally launched the much-anticipated public tender for the fifth generation of wireless communication networks (5G). The rules and regulations for the public

FIA officially cancels participation in Macau GP

The governing body of the worldwide motorsport, Federation Internationale de l’Automobile (FIA), has officially announced the cancellation of all FIA events in this year’s Macau Grand

Quarantine free for people under SSM observation

Those required by the  Health Bureau (SSM) to undergo quarantine will not need to pay their fees, regardless of their nationalities, Lau Fong Chi, department head

Four men facing ‘coercive measures’ for violating quarantine rules

Four men, who are returnees to Macau, are facing “coercive measures” and remain under investigation for allegedly contravening epidemic prevention measures, according to a statement issued

Macau records MOP613b in financial reserves

 As of April this year, the city has recorded a total of MOP613.03 billion in financial reserves. Of this sum, the city has MOP279.4 billion in

City has 572 positives, 35 more need confirmation

The city recorded 88 new SARS-CoV-2 positive cases on Wednesday, raising the tally to 572. Of the new cases, 48 were detected from community and 40

Gov’t calls on public to self-test today and tomorrow

In view of the rising number of Covid-19 cases, the government is requiring the public to conduct self-test today and tomorrow. Individuals should declare the

Radio Taxi drivers stage protest calling for support

A group of Radio Taxi drivers has staged a protest calling for the company’s support during this Covid-19 outbreak period. The protest, which took the form

Industry leaders expect closer, complementary cooperation with Hong Kong

Industry leaders in the Macau Special Administrative Region (SAR) are expecting closer and complementary cooperation with the Hong Kong SAR in the future given the two cities’ proximity

Analysts say Beijing’s eased quarantine a step in the right direction

China's easing of quarantine for foreign arrivals caught analysts by surprise, while others saw the move as just the right step even though Beijing is sticking

Rapid Antigen Test: Easily available but price savvy needed

With a growing number of workplaces requiring daily negative tests for Covid-19, fears have arisen regarding both the quantity and price of rapid antigen tests

Health chief defends regular NATs for casino workers

SARS-CoV-2 nucleic acid tests (NAT) and rapid antigen tests (RAT) will complement each other for key groups, now including casino and construction workers, the local

CE to attend Hong Kong’s 25th anniversary and inauguration of John Lee

Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng is in Hong Kong until July 1 as the neighboring region marks the 25th anniversary of its return to the motherland.

Gov’t: Amendments to itineraries published were not unprecedented

Yesterday, it was reported that the itinerary of Case 271 had been modified and an updated version was published. In the first version, the

Gov’t denies six infected medical staff contracted virus at work

Since June 18, the city has seen six SSM staff contract the virus. Four are directly employed by the bureau and the remaining two are third-party

Residents call for more support for the elderly in reporting rapid tests

Some radio listeners have called on the government to provide more support to the elderly in their use of the Macao Health Code. Callers

Issuance of T3 ‘relatively high’ tomorrow

The chance of issuing tropical cyclone signal no.3 is “medium to relatively high” from the early morning to noon tomorrow. Since another low pressure area is expected to

Hotel occupancy plummets 34% in May

The average occupancy rate of guest rooms in May dropped by 27.9 percentage points year-on-year to 34.2%, with the occupancy rate for 5-star hotels lower

Developer suggests ‘more practical’ transportation system amid cable car proposal

The proposed cable car between New Urban Zone A and ZAPE District will not be a feasible means of diverting traffic, according to a Macau architect

Authorities await final results to decide on more rounds

Local health authorities will soon decide whether more community testing is needed to tackle the recent Covid-19 outbreak. Such a decision could include additional rounds

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