Zhuhai government has announced it will now recognise results from Coronavirus tests conducted in Macau for residents living in Zhuhai City.
Macau.- Macau has taken a step towards loosening restrictions between the city and mainland China.
The Zhuhai government has announced it will now recognise results from Coronavirus tests conducted in Macau for residents living in Zhuhai City.
Currently, only Macau residents holding Zhuhai residential cards are allowed to enter Zhuhai without undergoing a mandatory 14-day medical quarantine, but they had to receive a mandatory Coronavirus test at the Gongbei border. From now on, that won’t be necessary.
However, Macau is still requiring non-resident workers from mainland China to undergo a 14-day quarantine before entering the city.
However, health officials said an update on the arrangements for Chinese non-resident workers will be announced soon.
According to local press, the Health Bureau in Macau will provide tests from 9am to 9pm every day at the Taipa Ferry Terminal, with the test results to be confirmed on the spot and shown on the individual health code system after 24 hours.
About 15,000 Macau residents are estimated to be living in Zhuhai.