Casino cleaned from top to bottom following discovery that two of the four-strong renovation worker coronavirus cluster had gambled on the premises.
Stations are aimed at estimated 22,000 Nepalese and Vietnamese non-resident workers as well as others employed in laundries or the renovation or security industries.
Around 500 students expected to leave Macao today and tomorrow; all must present a valid NAT and will be tested again in Zhuhai before being allowed home.
Health workers hampered by high density and insanitary conditions; residents move en masse to Treasure Hotel in Taipa.
People working in the construction, laundry and security sectors will also need to take four NATs, once every other day.
New patients, who are connected to the ‘renovation cluster’, a setback to city which had just successfully completed its third mass NAT drive.
Measure announced by mainland Chinese health authorities require all travellers from Macao to undergo 14-days of quarantine plus 7-days of health monitoring.
Citizens urged to comply with health and safety guidelines to ensure pandemic is kept at bay.