Macau is seeking an agreement that would allow those who have been vaccinated against Covid-19 to travel between Macau and mainland China without needing to show a negative nucleic acid test.
Macau.- According to local media, Macau wants its own residents and those of mainland China who have been vaccinated against Covid-19 to be able to travel back and forth without a negative nucleic acid test.
The measure would apply from fourteen days after full vaccination.
Currently, Mainland China is the only jurisdiction to have a largely quarantine-free travel bubble with Macau.
Hong Kong has announced it will allow non-residents from Guangdong province and Macau to enter Hong Kong without undergoing quarantine. However, Macau said that a travel bubble between Macau and Hong Kong cannot be possible until the latter registers no local infections for 14 consecutive days.
Macau has reported that 67,115 people have received once vaccine dose, and 35,646 have received the two doses.