MGTO continues to promote the destination and welcome Mainland visitors to Macao

Staffers distribute Macao travel brochures to visitors at MGTO’s Tourist Information counter at Border Gate

The Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Centre announced on 23 August that effective from 0:00 on 25 August, individuals intending to cross the border between Macao and Guangdong Province must present valid proof of their negative result of a COVID-19 nucleic acid test issued within an extended span of seven days. Macao Government Tourism Office (MGTO) actively promotes this latest announcement and welcomes visitors from the Mainland to Macao.

MGTO has been publicizing the news since it was announced via its official accounts on WeChat, Weibo, Xiaohongshu and Douyin, besides carrying on the promotional campaign that includes special travel offers such as hotel and air ticket coupons. Netizens share enthusiastic feedback and look forward to visiting Macao. Furthermore, staffers distribute Macao travel brochures including those about Macao Highlight Tours to visitors at MGTO’s Tourist Information counter at Border Gate, where props with welcome message are held to express warm hospitality to visitors. A related video is screened on the counter’s TV screen to publicize that individuals intending to cross the border between Macao and Guangdong Province are required to present valid proof of their negative result of a COVID-19 nucleic acid test issued within seven days. Via a television program in Guangdong Province, the Office also strives to raise Macao’s profile as a safe and quality destination.

The Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Centre announced on 23 August that effective from 0:00 on 25 August 2021, individuals intending to cross the border between Macao and Guangdong Province must present valid proof of their negative result of a COVID-19 nucleic acid test issued within seven days, which has been extended from the previously-required span of 48 hours. The nucleic acid test certificate requirements remain unchanged for people entering or leaving Macao via other boundary checkpoints.

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