Macau Eases Entry Measures for Mainland China Travelers from Hong Kong
Macau has eased its entry measures for travelers from Hong Kong to mainland China, allowing them to enter directly without needing to provide a negative nucleic acid test or show the Macau Health Code, provided they haven’t been in Taiwan or other foreign countries within seven days prior to departure. The move is aimed at improving circulation between the SARs and the mainland and encouraging multi-destination tourism. The quarantine requirements for those aged above 3 and have traveled to or resided in Taiwan region or foreign countries remain unchanged. Macau and Hong Kong are both undergoing a continual opening up, with the lifting of mask mandates in most outdoor and indoor settings.