Macau reopens borders to 41 countries in hopes to boost economy; still requires Covid testing and quarantine


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Covid-19 restrictions in Macau continue to ease. According to the latest announcement from the city's authorities, Macau will lift an entry ban for non-resident foreign nationals from certain locations from September 1. The eased measures will apply to foreigners from 41 countries, including Australia, Canada, the UK, and the US, among others. According to Macau's Health Bureau, eligible travelers can enter Macau without prior authorization but must take a COVID-19 test within 48 hours before departure and undergo seven days of hotel quarantine, followed by three days of self-health monitoring. In terms of domestic measures, individuals in Macau must register...