The Chief Executive of Macau SAR, Ho Iat Seng, said Tuesday that governments in Macau and mainland China are continuing discussions around simplifying their current border policies, including a possible exemption on providing a negative virus test for those who have received their COVID-19 vaccinations.
“We are continuing to discuss how to simplify current entry restrictions with the mainland government,” Ho said. “For example, is it possible to exempt the requirement of negative virus test results when crossing the borders? This would require us to reach mutual policy – Macau residents would be exempt from [providing] virus tests after vaccination, and mainland visitors would also be exempt from virus tests after vaccination.”
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