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Dec 17, 2022 05:58 PM
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Macao Allows Travelers to Quarantine at Home in Latest China Easing Measure

Tourists enter Macao on April 5 at a border crossing in Zhuhai, South China's Guangdong province. Photo: IC Photo
Tourists enter Macao on April 5 at a border crossing in Zhuhai, South China's Guangdong province. Photo: IC Photo

Macao has eased its Covid-19 controls to allow inbound travelers to quarantine at home, as Beijing pivots from its zero-tolerance strategy.

Starting Saturday, visitors from Hong Kong, Taiwan and overseas can choose to isolate at home for five days upon arrival, Macao’s Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Center (NCRCC) said Friday.

Travelers who go through home quarantine will then be required to remain in Macao for three days, and cannot travel to the Chinese mainland directly until the 10th day of their stay in the special administrative region, according to the NCRCC.

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