An additional 90 cases were recorded over the past 24 hours. As of this morning, more than 11,300 are under follow up by health authorities.
Employers are urged to allow staff to get tested during working hours and staff must take a rapid antigen test before heading to stations.
Macao faces double whammy Saturday as Typhoon Signal No 8 extends until afternoon and Covid-19 cases continue to rise.
Officials mulling fourth citywide NAT as cases reach 638; residents warned once again to stay home, avoid gathering, wear a mask outdoors.
People with yellow health codes will not be assigned red codes and can go directly to original appointment location for testing within three days from 2-4 July.
Among new cases, 31 found in community while 35 detected under management and control; 10,484 individuals currently under follow up.
New function still under testing but will be rolled out as soon as possible, health chief says.
As case numbers continue to shoot up – 607 yesterday – health chiefs stress importance of repeated testing and avoiding social contact as much as possible.