Starting at 0:00 on August 12, people entering the Mainland from Macau will no longer be subject to centralized quarantine medical observation for 14 days, announced by the National Immigration Administration.
Except for patients diagnosed with new coronary pneumonia, suspected patients, close contacts, people with fever or respiratory symptoms, and those who have lived in a foreign country or other overseas areas within 14 days, people entering the mainland from Macau will no longer implement the 14-day centralized isolation measure.
Holding valid passport
Hold a certificate of negative nucleic acid test within 7 days or a "health code" containing information on negative nucleic acid test within 7 days.
Need to cooperate with the relevant departments of inland ports in epidemic prevention and border inspections.