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Macau Pass suspends 1,300 unregistered cards over shared bus rides with Covid-19 cases

Anonymous cardholders who may have been infected during bus rides with Covid-19 ‘renovation cluster’ urged to identify themselves for testing.

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Anonymous cardholders who may have been infected during bus rides with Covid-19 ‘renovation cluster’ urged to identify themselves for testing.

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UPDATED: 22 Dec 2023, 4:45 am

The Macau Pass company has suspended around 1,300 unregistered cards whose holders were identified by the health authorities as having shared bus rides with Covid-19 patients from the four-member novel coronavirus cluster of renovation workers. 

The Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Centre said the reason for the suspension was to remind those who had been identified as having been on the affected bus trips about their situation, and urge them to contact the authorities. The centre ordered the Macao Pass company to suspend the use of the affected cards from 6 am yesterday.

Affected passengers will be required to undergo nucleic acid tests, or medical observation quarantine, The Macau Post Daily reported.

 

 

UPDATED: 22 Dec 2023, 4:45 am

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