(Fighting New Coronary Pneumonia) Starting from July 31st, the mainland will fly to Macau with a 48-hour negative certificate

  China News Service, Macau, July 29th (Reporter Long Tuyou) The Macau Novel Coronavirus Infection Response Coordination Center (hereinafter referred to as the Response Coordination Center) announced on the 29th that in response to changes in the epidemic situation in Mainland China, starting from 0:00 on July 31, Those who arrive in Macau by plane from the Mainland must present a certificate of negative nucleic acid test within 48 hours before boarding the plane.

  The Response Coordination Center held a press conference on the same day to announce the latest epidemic in Macau and its prevention and control measures.

  The Director of the Health Bureau of the Macau Special Administrative Region Luo Yilong said at the meeting that due to the varying levels of risk in mainland provinces and cities, the epidemic will also change dynamically. The authorities will pay close attention to the latest epidemics in various regions and expand the scope of the definition of medium and high risk areas. A certain district, a certain street, or a certain administrative district in the mainland has turned to define the entire city as a medium-to-high-risk area.

  In addition, for all immigrants who have been to Nanjing City, Jiangsu Province, Zhangjiajie City, Hunan Province, and Changde City on or after July 17th, the “14+0” measures shall be adopted, that is, they must be accepted at designated locations in accordance with the requirements of Macao health authorities. Medical observation until 14 days away from the local area.

  Liang Yihao, coordinator of the Infectious Disease Control and Disease Surveillance Department of the Health Bureau, said that there are currently more than 100 people in Australia who have been to Zhangjiajie on or after July 17. An nucleic acid testing station will register and conduct medical observations.

She revealed that she has not received notification from the Mainland for the time being, and there are people in Australia who are listed as having close contact with the confirmed cases in Zhangjiajie.

  As of July 29, there has been no community transmission of the new crown pneumonia virus in Macau. There have been no reports of local cases (including asymptomatic infections) for 487 consecutive days, and no new imported cases have been reported for 4 consecutive days.