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Aug 04, 2022 04:13 AM
CHINA

Macao Resumes Quarantine-Free Travel With Zhuhai

Macao’s gambling revenue dropped 95.3% in July from a year earlier to the lowest since 2003.
Macao’s gambling revenue dropped 95.3% in July from a year earlier to the lowest since 2003.

Macao’s government ruled Wednesday that people could enter the neighboring Chinese mainland city of Zhuhai without quarantine after the special administrative region reported no new community-transmitted Covid-19 cases for 11 consecutive days.

Zhuhai in Guangdong province is normally the main entry point to Macao for tourists from the Chinese mainland. The requirement was relaxed from stringent policies imposed June 22 as the world’s biggest casino hub locked down businesses in the fight against the region’s worst outbreak since the pandemic began. Anyone leaving Macao for Zhuhai previously had to quarantine for seven days in a government-designated facility.

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