Hong Kong residents could be allowed to enter Macau without having to enter hotel quarantine in less than two weeks after authorities on Monday reached an agreement on easing travel restrictions between the two SARs.
A video conference between the two governments resulted in Macau agreeing to conditionally relax current restrictions if Hong Kong does not report any local cases of COVID-19 for 28 consecutive days. With Hong Kong last recording a local case on 5 June, it has been slated that restrictions could start to be relaxed on 6 July 2021.
However, Macau’s Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Centre confirmed Monday that a much longer period without any local cases would be required before restrictions could be fully lifted.
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