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Macau 24 days without new imported COVID-19 case

Macau has had no new imported COVID-19 cases for 24 consecutive days since April 8 – one more discharged today.

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Macau has had no new imported COVID-19 cases for 24 consecutive days since April 8.

The Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Centre announced today that one more confirmed novel coronavirus patient has been discharged and transferred to Centro Clínico de Saúde Pública for a further 14-day recovery isolation period.

Macau’s 38th discharged patient – the 45th confirmed COVID-19 case – is the 32-year-old male Macau resident who came from Phnom Penh, Cambodia, and arrived in Macau on the evening of April 7. He was diagnosed with the coronavirus on April 8.

The patient was in stable condition prior to release from isolation and met the discharge criteria. Macau’s last discharged cases were on May 1.

Macau’s first novel coronavirus case was registered on January 22. Nearly all of Macau’s novel coronavirus cases have been imported, with the second wave beginning March 15.

There have only been 45 confirmed novel coronavirus cases in Macau, with 38 patients already discharged and no deaths.

Seven patients are still hospitalised.

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