Macau Tourists No Longer Need to Quarantine Upon Arrival
by: The Beat Asia
January 10, 2023
The Macau government announced on Sunday, Jan. 8, that foreign nationals coming to Macau no longer need to quarantine upon arrival.
The new measure states that travellers only need to present a negative rapid antigen test (RAT) or nucleic acid test (NAT) within 48 hours.
Tourists coming from Mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan need not take a COVID-19 test to enter Macau.
The Macau International Airport (MIA) said it is opening all its terminals and resuming its transfer services to its pre-pandemic situation.
Since the onset of the pandemic, Macau has logged 3,334 COVID-19 cases, with 89 deaths and 3,017 recoveries as of writing..
According to the Health Bureau, COVID-19 will now be treated as an endemic disease in Macau following the abolishment of quarantine rules.
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