Visitors arriving from Kashgar and Kizilsu Kirgiz prefectures in Xinjiang province will not have to undergo quarantine.
Macau.- Health authorities have lifted the 14-day quarantine requirement for visitors from the prefectures of Kashgar and Kizilsu Kirgiz, in Xinjiang province, northwest China.
According to a statement, the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Centre Centre Coordinator considers pandemic controls in the areas to be working and that it is not necessary to continue with the measure, which was imposed on November 2.
From now on, visitors who have been in either of the prefectures in the previous 14 days are no longer obliged to undergo a two-week period of medical observation.
The quarantine had been imposed after 15 asymptomatic cases were detected in the cantons of Karekaiqike and Pilal, in the Akto district of Kizilsu Kirgiz,