Due to the corona measures that have been in place since mid-June, a total of 1,821 infected people have emerged during this period alone. There is also a citizen's effort, and the zero corona for 9 days is continuing.
If things continue as they are, things will return to normal from tomorrow (in some cases, PCR tests will continue once every two days, once every three days). Although it is an advance reservation system, the government office and bank are also operated, and you can go to work normally, and you can use the restaurant.
The zero corona policy is tough, but I wonder if it can't be helped...
Government officials have also suggested that international markets could be reopened by the end of the year.
Due to the occurrence of multiple clusters, the number has increased to 1733 in the community. The Macau government has announced that it has been implementing relative rest treatment (almost lockdown) since July 11th last week, and will extend this by another week until 22nd. Going out is still basically prohibited (excluding emergency reasons, PCR inspections, purchasing ingredients. Lockdown is not possible, but the minimum necessary going out is allowed.) It is legally binding and there are penalties.
Three more PCR tests can be performed on all citizens in the extended week. Still aiming for zero corona.
Due to the occurrence of multiple clusters, the number has increased to 1467. With the highest number of infected people to date, the Macau government has issued a basic outing ban from July 11th to 18th today. (Excluding urgent reasons, PCR tests, and purchasing ingredients. You can't go to lockdown, but you are allowed to go out to the minimum necessary.) It is legally binding and there are penalties.
Four more PCR tests can be performed on all citizens in the past week. Aim for zero corona.