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A total of 4 tubes of mixed samples tested positive as of 15:00 in the 8th round of Citywide NAT; Concerned NAT stations and sampling time announced

The Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Centre states that the 8th round of Citywide NAT Programme has been launched at 09:00 yesterday (12 July). As of 15:00 today (13 July), a total of 4 tubes of mixed samples have been tested positive.

The 4 tubes of samples concerned were collected at the following NAT stations and times:

NAT station



Pac On Ferry Terminal

12 July

around 10:07

Tap Seac Multiport Pavilion A

12 July

around 11:46

St. Joseph Secondary School 2

12 July

around 14:12

University of Macau

12 July

around 15:12

All the above stations have collected samples in accordance with the epidemic prevention instructions, and at present, all concerned stations have been cleaned and disinfected, and are now open to the public again.

The Centre assures citizens who went to get tested at the above locations and times that there is no need to worry, and appeals to them to carry out self-health management properly. Meanwhile, all people in Macao should undergo a rapid antigen test (RAT) every day (until 17 July), and upload the test result to the designated platform. Citizens feeling unwell can visit the hospital emergency for follow-up.

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