Macau: outbound travellers must present negative Covid-19 test

Macau has lifted its pandemic prevention alert.
Macau has lifted its pandemic prevention alert.

Authorities in Macau have said that people who intend to leave Macau must show a negative Covid-19 test issued 48 hours previous to the departure.

Macau.- The government of Macau has been easing Covid-19 countermeasures but it’s been announced that those who intend to leave the city by plane or ship must present a negative Covid-19 test 48 hours prior to departure. The measure applies from today and until further notice.

Those who don’t produce a test result won’t be permitted to board, and those who breach the rule will be subject to mandatory quarantine and face criminal charges.

Meanwhile, authorities have announced that entertainment venues have been allowed to reopen as no new Covid-19 cases were detected following mass testing.

Zhuhai to ease travel restrictions with Macau

Authorities in Zhuhai have eased restrictions for people who have travelled from Macau and will no longer require a 14-day quarantine. Ho Iat Seng, Macau’s chief executive, also said people who plan to travel outside Macau would no longer need to present a negative Covid-19 test issued within 24 hours of departure.

During the first week of October, authorities had announced that the mandatory 14-day quarantine for visitors from Macau was going to be kept in place due to new Covid-19 cases in Macau in the past week.

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