As of April 17, Macau's entry restrictions have been lifted.
It is possible to enter from Japan, Europe and the United States as before.
If you have a Japanese passport, you can do it without a visa.
Vaccine proof and PCR negative proof are not required.
Finally. It's been a long time.
(Please check separately for border measures when returning to Japan)
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Macau still has a zero-corona policy.
Life in the city is normal.
Entry of foreign nationals has been relaxed to some extent. I was not able to enter the country until now,
From September, even foreign nationals are allowed to enter the country with a quarantine observation period of 7 days + 3 days.
However, I wonder if tourists are still difficult if there is isolation observation itself.
Another welcome news is the return flight to Japan.
Air Macau announced that it will return to Macau Narita with one flight a week from October 13th.
The International Travel Expo will be held in Macau tomorrow.
Due to the current corona policy, there are no international market exhibitors,
It is expected that there will be many exhibitors from China.
With the National Day holiday coming up in early October, we may be able to expect an increase in the number of tourists.
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.