Authorities in Macau have imposed a 14-day quarantine on visitors from the mainland Chinese city of Nanjing.
Macau.- The government of Macau has announced quarantine measures for arrivals from Nanjing after new Covid-19 cases were registered among airport workers.
Macau health authorities have imposed a 14-day quarantine on anyone who has been at the Nanjing Lukou airport from July 14 onwards.
Authorities said people must undergo self-health management and must provide three consecutive negative tests to gain a green health code. Holders whose Macao Health Code is red or yellow cannot enter casinos or other venues.
The Macau government has announced it will update its health code. Visitors from mainland China will have to provide new information on vaccination status and whether people have previously contracted Covid-19.
Mainland China continues to be the only country to have a largely quarantine-free travel bubble with Macau.