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Nine more residential buildings listed as Yellow Code Zones on Tuesday

All residents living in these buildings must do four NATs within five days while three residential buildings will be taken off the list tomorrow.

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All residents living in these buildings must do four NATs within five days while three residential buildings will be taken off the list tomorrow.

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UPDATED: 22 Dec 2023, 12:33 am

Macao’s health authorities added nine new Yellow Code Zones yesterday, with the total number of buildings assigned with a yellow health code now standing at 17, the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Centre announced. 

Residents living in these buildings – which include Edíficio Pak Wai (Block 4), Hou Kei Fa Un amongst others – will need to undergo four NATs within five days. 

This week, local health authorities changed how buildings in Macao are classified red or yellow zones. Now a building will only be listed as a Red Code Zone if at least two households have been diagnosed with Covid-19, while a Yellow Code Zone means only one household in a building has been diagnosed with the disease. 

Under the new re-classification, there are currently no Red Code Zones in Macao.

 

UPDATED: 22 Dec 2023, 12:33 am

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