Health authorities have declared that no cases were detected in the community among the new positive cases reported yesterday (Thursday).
Overall, only a total of five cases in the Red Code zones and medical observation hotels were detected under the management and control.
Since June 18, Macau has recorded a total of 1,800 cases, with a total of 22,525 individuals followed up by epidemiological investigation.
A partial lockdown easing period will start tomorrow July 23 and end on July 30, with some essential and non-essential commercial establishments, public departments and some businesses allowed to resume limited operations.
The 13th City-wide Nucleic Acid Test is taking place today until Saturday, the final round of testing as Macau prepares to enter the consolidation period.
Another mass nucleic acid test will take place on July 30 and 31, while seven key groups of workers need to perform a daily nucleic acid test starting from tomorrow, including cleaning services, public transportation drivers (buses and taxi) and security guards, property management, stay-out domestic helpers, food delivery and catering.
Starting from today all Filipino nationals in the city will also have to do a daily nucleic acid test starting until further notice.
From July 24 to July 29, people working on-site must also undergo nucleic acid testing every two days.
Those who have left their residency for work from July 20 to July 29, will have to take nucleic acid testing every two days during the period from July 24 to July 29, regardless of their job types or the number of hours they have worked.