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Macau lifts Covid-19 quarantine on travelers from Qingdao

The Macau government has lifted its fourteen-day quarantine requirement for arrivals from Qingdao as the epidemic in that Shandong port city appears to have been contained.

Quarantine imposed on travelers from Qingdao

Macau health authorities announced that starting Tuesday all travelers who have been to the city of Qingdao, Shandong Province, in the last two weeks will be subject to a 14-day quarantine upon their arrival.

DJI trials Sports Lottery mobile sales in Qingdao City

DJI Holdings, a licensed promoter and distributor of Chinese sports and welfare lottery products, announced that its 50 percent held joint venture, Qingdao Baifa...
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