Macau To Reopen Entertainment Venues

The New Coronavirus Response and Coordination Center in Macau will reopen entertainment venues and remove all red and yellow zones from midnight early Tuesday after 12 consecutive days without registering any new COVID-19 cases in the community.

A number of facilities have been closed and quarantine zones put in place after four construction workers tested positive for COVID-19 earlier this month. Indoor venues included cinemas, theaters, indoor amusement parks, gaming halls, Internet cafes, billiard and bowling halls, sauna and massage rooms, beauty salons, gyms, health clubs, karaoke, bars, nightclubs, discos, dance halls and cabarets. .

However, health authorities are preparing to end isolation after conducting a new round of virus tests on Sunday for people who live in red and yellow areas. About 50,000 people were to be tested by Sunday evening, while the authorities stressed that the purpose of the new round of testing was to eliminate any possibility of hidden infections at the final stage of the COVID-19 incubation period and to improve conditions for the full resumption of normal cross-border interaction with mainland China.

On Friday, it also became known that the status of an immediate prevention warning in Macau should be discontinued, and public consultations on proposed amendments to gambling in Macau were postponed after a number were postponed due to the COVID-19 outbreak and typhoon.

The number of participants in each session will be reduced, so now each public consultation session is divided into two parts.

Source: Inside Asian Gaming

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