Quarantine for those arriving Macao from Hong Kong reduced to 14 days
This amendment also applies to people who have already entered Macao and are currently under medical observation.
From 12:00 pm on 20 March onwards, individuals who have been in Hong Kong for two weeks prior to entering Macao will be subject to a 14-day medical observation period instead of the current 21 days, followed by seven days of self-health management.
The announcement was made this afternoon by the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Center of Macao. “This amendment also applies to people who have already entered Macao [from Hong Kong] and are currently under medical observation or self-health management,” said the Center.
For these individuals, the self-health management period “may end earlier than the 21 days after entering Macao,” reported TDM.