Ferry services cancelled, museums and public areas close, and mainlanders head for home as city braces for second mass test in two months.
Health Bureau adopts changes to medical care as city embarks on second round of mass nucleic acid testing.
Health workers move swiftly to contain virus, targeting Edifício Palácio on Avenida de Horta e Costa and Edifício Tak Lei on Rua da Palmeira.
Citizens will be able to book their NAT appointments from 10 am this morning.
Officials warn essential travel only; all NAT stations open 24 hours starting today.
The decision was taken due to the risk of a community outbreak of the novel coronavirus disease in the wake of the 66th case in Macao.
Patient – classified as an imported case – is a 31-year-old male holding Turkish nationality; now held in isolation for treatment.
No quotas at any of the 18 vaccination facilities; jab-or-test ruling for public servants starts on Monday.
More than 80 per cent of 40-somethings have been inoculated, compared to only one in three senior citizens.
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