Macau will follow at the heels of China’s revised inbound travel policy, requiring five days of centralised medical observation and three days of home isolation after.
The new entry requirements will come into effect November 12 and apply to individuals arriving from Hong Kong, Taiwan and any foreign countries.
Travellers will need to take a nucleic acid test on the first four days of their centralised medical observation. Negative test results from all tests will clear the individual from centralised medical observation on the fifth day.
Travellers will hold a code red Macao Health Code during their home isolation, and will only be allowed to leave home to perform nucleic acid tests. Tests are needed on all three days, starting from their exit from centralised medical observation. Furthermore, individual must obtain a negative RAT/ART result prior to leaving home for nucleic acid tests.
Their Macao Health Code will only turn yellow once sample collection is completed, and then green when a negative result is eventually obtained.