Visitors arriving in Macau must enter quarantine for 14 days as of Midday tomorrow.
Macau.- Macau authorities have stepped up their efforts to fight Coronavirus by imposing quarantine restrictions on visitors arriving from Japan, Germany, France and Spain.
According to Inside Asian Gaming, visitors arriving in Macau from any of the four countries in the past two weeks are required to enter quarantine for 14 days as of midday on Tuesday 10 March.
Those arriving in the meantime will be required to undergo a six to eight-hour medical observation upon arrival.
The total number of countries with quarantine restrictions imposed is not at seven, with Japan, Germany, France and Spain joining South Korea, Italy and Iran.
“We assume the situation in Europe will become worse and worse, and we might include all of Europe on the high-risk areas list in coming days,” Director of Macau’s Health Bureau, Lei Chin Ion, said.
Last week, Japan impose a 14-day quarantine restriction on all tourists from mainland China and South Korea
It also suspend visa-free arrangements for Hong Kong and Macau citizens as the country tightens immigration controls amid the Coronavirus outbreak.