Macau removes quarantine on visitors from Guangdong province

    Health authorities in Macau announced on Wednesday they were removing all areas of the Guangdong province from its 14-day mandatory quarantine list.

    A series of local cases in the province had led to travel restrictions being imposed on the visitors to the SAR, including a possible quarantine, 48-hour valid negative nucleic acid tests and more controls once visitors arrived in Macau.

    This reflected in a drop in visitation from the province in June, with Macau registering its lowest monthly gaming revenue of 2021 during the month.

    Only visitors from Mainland China are allowed into Macau without having to submit to quarantine and all foreign visitors who aren’t residents of Chinese territories are not allowed entry.

    Government release