Advisory on COVID-2019 (Coronavirus Disease 2019)

In view of the COVID-19 (Coronavirus Disease 2019) pandemic, the Macao Government has put
in place a number of entry measures for tourists and locals to decrease the risk of imported cases
and slow down the transmission of the virus.

18 March 2020

New Entry Measure Effective from 00:00 18th March 2020:

In view of the development regarding the global spread of the COVID-19 and in order to prevent
infection being imported into Macao from overseas countries, all non-Macao residents will be
prohibited from entering Macao from midnight on 18th March, except for residents of Mainland
China, Hong Kong, Taiwan Region, and the individuals registered with Macao's authorities as
non-resident workers.

Source: Government Information Bureau of Macao SAR

17 March 2020

Effective from 12:00 on 17th March 2020, individuals who have traveled to the following
countries within the past 14 days prior to entering Macao must undergo medical observation for
14 days:

Europe: Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Greece, Hungary,
Iceland, Latvia, Principality of Liechtenstein, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands,
Norway, Poland, Portugal, Slovak, Slovenia, Sweden and Switzerland, United Kingdom, Russia

Americas: USA, Canada, Brazil

Africa: Egypt

Oceania: Australia.

Asia: Guangdong, Henan, Zhejiang, Hunan, Anhui, Jiangxi, Jiangsu, Chongqing, Shandong,
Sichuan, Heilongjiang, Beijing, and Shanghai

The above measures will continue to be in effect for individuals who have been to Korea, Italy,
Iran, Germany, France, Spain, and Japan.

11 March 2020

Please be aware that tourists who have been to Norway will also need to undergo a medical
examination.

Medical Examination: Guangdong, Henan, Zhejiang, Hunan, Anhui, Jiangxi, Jiangsu,
Chongqing, Shandong, Sichuan, Heilongjiang, Beijing, Shanghai

Medical Observation for 14 days: Korea, Italy, Iran, Germany, France, Spain, Japan.
Tourists who have been to places listed for medical examination within the past 14 days prior to
their entry into Macao will submit to designated medical checkpoint for respective medical
examination, which will take approximately 6 to 8 hours.

Tourists who have been to the places listed for medical observation within the past 14 days prior
to their entry into Macao must undergo medical observation for 14 days at designated hotel. The
costs of quarantine will be borne by the individuals themselves.

Individuals contravening with the requirements may be subject to mandatory isolation in addition
to corresponding criminal liabilities in accordance with the law.

8 March 2020

With effect from 8th March, 12 PM, individuals who have traveled to Germany, France, Spain or
Japan within the past 14 days prior to their entry into Macau must submit to medical
examination.

With effect from 10th March, 12 PM, individuals who have traveled to the above mentioned
countries within the past 14 days prior to their entry to Macau must, at discretion of the health
authorities, undergo medical observation for 14 days at designated venue. Individuals
contravening with requirements may be subject to mandatory isolation in addition to
corresponding criminal liabilities in accordance with the law.

26 February 2020

Effective from midnight of February 26, individuals who have been to Korea are subject to 14-
day medical observation in quarantine.

In light of the sudden spike of COVID-19 cases in Korea in recent days, in order to step up
prevention, the MSAR Government has decided that starting from 12:00 today i.e. 26th February
2020, individuals who have been to Korea within 14 days prior to entering Macau must, at the
discretion of the health authorities undergo medical observation for 14 days at a designated
venue in Macao, without prejudice to other epidemic prevention measures initiated by the MSAR
Government or the health authorities.

The costs of quarantine in designated hotels will be borne by the individuals themselves.

24 February 2020

Effective from midnight on February 20, tourists who have been to areas with high incidence of
the novel coronavirus in the 14 days prior to their entry into Macau will undergo medical
observation at the Macao Federation of Trade Unions Workers Stadium or the Taipa Ferry
Terminal, once they enter Macao, in accordance with the requirements of the Health Bureau.

Tourists, whose medical observation results fulfilled the requirements of the Health Bureau are,
allowed to continue their trip. Those contravening the requirements may be subject to
compulsory quarantine in addition to corresponding criminal liability in accordance with the law.

Due to the latest rapid outbreak in the country, Korea is added to the list of areas with high
incidence of the novel Coronavirus by the Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination
Center. Other areas with a high incidence of the novel coronavirus: Guangdong, Henan, Zhejiang,
Hunan, Anhui, Jiangxi, Jiangsu, Chongqing, Shandong, Sichuan, Heilongjiang, Beijing,
Shanghai.

20 February 2020

Effective from midnight on February 20, tourists who have been to areas with high incidence of
the novel coronavirus, in the 14 days prior to their entry into Macau, will undergo medical
observation at the Macao Federation of Trade Unions Workers Stadium or the Taipa Ferry
Terminal, once they enter Macao, in accordance with the requirements of the Health Bureau.

Tourists whose medical observation results fulfilled the requirements of the Health Bureau are
allowed to continue their trip. Those contravening the requirements may be subject to
compulsory quarantine in addition to corresponding criminal liability in accordance with the law.

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