The Health Bureau of Macao SAR government made an announcement at 22:16 on October 5, 2021, which states that individuals traveling to Macao from overseas places are required to present relevant certificates starting from 00:00 of 7 October 2021. The following is the full text of the announcement:
Under article of Law no. 2/2004 - “Law on the Prevention, Control and Treatment of Infectious Diseases”, the Health Bureau announces that, with effect from 00:00 of 7 October 2021, prior to boarding a non-stop flight or the first flight of an interline itinerary for Macao from overseas places:
1) Individuals travelling from extremely high-risk countries (Bangladesh, Brazil, Cambodia, India, Indonesia, Iran, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Russia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, Turkey) must present a proof of three negative COVID-19 nucleic acid tests within seven days (each at least 24 hours apart, with the last test performed no earlier than 48 hours before boarding);
2) Individuals travelling from other countries must present a proof of negative COVID-19 nucleic acid tests within 48 hours;
3) Individuals aged 12 or above must also present a certificate certifying that they have completed the whole course of COVID-19 vaccination for 14 days, or that they are unfit for COVID-19 vaccination. Relevant certificates must be issued for the purpose of international travel or recognized by the Chinese Embassies/Consulates.
Individuals presenting false documents may be subjected to corresponding criminal liabilities in accordance with the Law.
05 October 2021
Source: Macao's Novel Coronavirus Response and Coordination Centre