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NAT validity for Guangdong arrivals increased to 7 days starting 2 June

The new measure is put in place after considering the developments of Covid-19 in neighbouring regions.

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The new measure is put in place after considering the developments of Covid-19 in neighbouring regions.

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The validity of nucleic acid test (NAT) result for all individuals entering Macao from Guangdong province, by land or sea, will be increased to seven days starting from midnight of 2 June, according to the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Centre.

The current NAT result’s validity is 72 hours.

The new measure resulted from a joint Covid-19 prevention and control cooperation between Macao and Zhuhai after considering the developments of Covid-19 in neighbouring regions, TDM reported.

 

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