Quarantine period for all visitors from the territory entering adjoining Guangdong province is removed from tomorrow July 15.
Relief for Macau’s casinos comes as the 14-day quarantine period for all visitors from the territory entering adjoining Guangdong province is removed starting from Wednesday, July 15.
Last night the authorities on both sides of the border simultaneously announced that raising of the restriction and with it a boost for operators who had been suffering little or no business since Macau went into lockdown late in March.
Now visitors will no longer be forced to submit to two weeks of isolation as they leave Macau and re-enter Guangdong. However, they must have successfully taken a check for the Covid-19 virus within seven days of their leaving Macau.
Despite ongoing talks between Macau, Guangdong Province and Hong Kong over a potential “travel bubble.” Hong Kong extended at the beginning of the month its mandatory 14-day quarantine measures for arrivals from Macau or mainland China until 7 August.
We remind you that in Macau GGR dropped by 97% in June due to coronavirus pandemic to just MOP$716 million.
Macau’s DICJ previously reported a 96.8% decline in gross gaming revenue in April to MOP$754 million and a 93.2% fall in May to MOP$1.76 billion.
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