Nurseries, elderly service facilities and day care centres will remain open while much of city rides out wet weather.
Full-time students coming home to Macao from their place of study abroad will pay MOP 125 rather than MOP 250 per NAT.
Plans include closing schools and public venues, home delivery of essential supplies, reducing bus services and tightening entry procedures.
Participants enjoy ‘green walk’, seminar, tree planting, music performance and exhibition of recycled bicycles and e-motorbike.
Activities include book exchange programme and cross-border reading sessions with cities in the Greater Bay Area.
Operating all day until 5:30 pm, the vaccination station is specifically aimed at the elderly and infirm living nearby; volunteers on hand to assist with transport.
Other Covid-19 news: most public servants believed to have been vaccinated; only six residents permanently excused from inoculation for health reasons.
Face-to-face classes suspended for cross-border teachers and students from designated areas of Zhuhai and Zhongshan.
After female parallel trader sparked Barrier Gate mass testing, and more than 35,000 negative results, teaching gets back to normal.
Quarantine awaits the 40 arrivals, who had been faced with nowhere to live; another 60 due to follow soon.
Plans are in hand to bring 90 students, who had been unable to book a bed in Macao, back home.
Around 60 stranded students report unable to make booking; security guards unwilling to work in quarantine hotels.
Parents also potentially face financial burden paying for extra tuition say councillors who point to mainland’s ‘Double Reduction’ policy.
Trophy projects like Iec Long Firework factory to be completed this year; education officials to tighten up supervision of funds granted to schools.
Classes suspended due to increased Covid-19 risk; most midterm final examinations to be concluded this week, education chief says.
New measure to apply to private as well as public institutions; unvaccinated individuals face weekly tests to ensure free of Covid-19.
Suspect, believed to be former pupil with past history of mental problems, suffered minor burns at the scene.
Winning Kao Yip Middle School team beat closest rivals by 25 points at 12th Macao Youth Diplomatic Knowledge Contest.
Merger will see more “through trains” as Education Bureau seeks to rationalise resources; no solution in sight to exodus of foreign teachers.
Astronauts Zhai Zhigang, Wang Yaping and Ye Guangfu speak about life and work in space, amazing and inspiring youngsters in Macao and across China.
Classes for non-higher and higher education can resume if the epidemic situation continues to stabilise.
Around 500 students expected to leave Macao today and tomorrow; all must present a valid NAT and will be tested again in Zhuhai before being allowed home.
Pupils urged to stay at home or with relatives or friends as city waits for outcome of further Covid-19 tests.
Health Bureau sounds alarm – suspicious positive sampling waiting for re-examination which may indicate risk to community.
Government aims to reduce the number of lost or damaged cards; other cards, such as driver’s licence, likely to be included in next phase.