After lifting quarantine measures for visitors from Urumqi, Xinjiang, Macau no longer regards any areas in mainland China as “high-risk”.
Macau.- Health authorities in Macau have removed the measure of obligatory 14-day medical observation for visitors who have been to the city of Urumqi, Xinjiang.
As of today, there are no longer any regions in mainland China classified as “high-risk pandemic regions” by the SAR. That means mandatory quarantine has been lifted for all travellers arriving from the mainland.
Macau has reported no new Covid-19 cases for 70 consecutive days.
The government expects the loosening of measures to boost tourism and gaming activity in the SAR.