The Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Centre announced that as of 9 am today, 500,802 people had had their swabs collected during the ongoing three-day mass NAT drive, which is slated to end at 9 pm tomorrow.
The authorities have confirmed that 404,898 specimens have tested negative for Covid-19.
Health officials hope that the NATs can be completed in two days instead of three days and have said that based on previous experience they believe it is possible to complete all the tests by tonight.
The latest figures show that the Macao population stands at 600,377.
Click here to book an appointment for the mass NAT. The test results will not be uploaded to the Macao Health Code, and they cannot be used for immigration purposes.
For the convenience of the public, three of these sites have self-paid stations (for which prior booking is required) that can provide certification. The inspection results can be registered with a health code and used for immigration purposes. Self-paid stations must also strictly implement appointment arrangements, which can be accessed through this link.
Real-time waiting information will be updated here.