To Travelers from Macao and Shenzhen: Report immediately
Reminder from the Guangzhou CDC:
Travelers to Guangzhou, who have been to the Macao Special Administrative Region (SAR) since June 5, are required to immediately and voluntarily report to their community/village, employer, or hotel. Those who have been to the red and yellow coded zones designated by Macao shall be subjected to a seven-day centralized quarantine, with one PCR test taken a day, plus a seven-day home quarantine, with one PCR test taken on the 10th day and another on the 14th day. Those who have been to Macao (excluding the red and yellow coded zones) shall be subjected to a seven-day home health monitoring procedure, during which they shall take three PCR tests.
Travelers to Guangzhou, who have been to Futian or Luohu districts in Shenzhen since June 10, are required to voluntarily report to their community/village, employer, or hotel. They shall be subjected to a three-day home health monitoring procedure, during which they shall take two PCR tests taken more than 24 hours apart, plus an 11-day self-health monitoring period. During the first three days of the self-health monitoring process, these travelers are advised to refrain from leaving their residences, except for necessary purposes. They should not return to work or school during this period. Travelers to Guangzhou who have travelled to Shenzhen, excluding Futian and Luohu, are advised to take a PCR test at a nearby facility.
Subsequent measures may be adjusted in-line with the latest situation. Please, closely follow all official announcements.
Healthcare workers, in Macao, detected at least 12 local positive COVID-19 cases on June 19. Edificio Yim Lai (Rua de Manuel de Arriaga No 66-66C), Padre Modern Cuisine (Avenida da Praia Grande No 251, Edf. Tak Fong, G/F, Shop B and C) have been classified as lockdown zones, and people who have had exposure to these sites have been issued a red health code. Edificio Son Lei (Rua de Manuel de Arriaga No 64-64B), Edificio Chun Fong (Rua de Afonso de Albuquerque No 38-40A), and Edficio Tak Fong (Avenida da Praia Grande No 241-253) have been classified as restricted zones. Individuals who have had exposure to these sites have been assigned a yellow health code.
You can dial 12320 if you have any inquiries.