Foreigners who reside on the Chinese mainland can now visit China’s Macao Special Administrative Region, without the need for prior authorization from the Region’s health authorities.
The announcement was made via the Macao Special Administrative Region Health Bureau on August 20.
As of August 22, travelers can return to most places on the Chinese mainland from Macao quarantine-free.
Those returning to Beijing need a negative nucleic test result issued within 48 hours; after arriving in Beijing, travelers must then undergo another test between 24-72 hours after arrival.
As of August 8, those returning to Shanghai must undergo two tests within three days of arrival.
Those returning to Zhuhai – the border city to Macao in Guangdong province – must also undergo two tests within three days of arrival.
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