Macau lifts outdoor mask mandate, Hong Kong to follow

Macau has dropped its mask-wearing policy while outdoors starting today.

However, masks are still required for visitors travelling on public transport.

From February 27, people in Macau are no longer required to wear masks when outdoors

Macau’s government has advised individuals who develop flu-like symptoms to wear a mask when in public, and that members of the public should carry face masks with them when commuting around the city.

Meanwhile, the South China Morning Post reported that Hong Kong may allow residents to stop wearing masks by the end of next month, lifting a mandate that’s been in place for almost three years.

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