More than 50 days into Macao’s largest Covid outbreak yet, we look back on some of the most important dates during this pandemic.
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The Macao government is supporting the unemployed by launching new initiatives such as a website with information on vacancies and job-application procedures.
The measures put in place by the Macao government since early 2020 – when the pandemic broke out – have resulted in very few Covid-19 cases and no deaths.
All the tests proved negative; life expected to return to normal soon.
Everyone in Macao has made valiant efforts to unite against the pandemic, giving the city an advantage in fighting Covid-19.
Every single COVID-19 vaccine is a ray of light. Macao’s vaccination programme is gathering speed, edging the city closer to the light at the end of the coronavirus tunnel.
With no cases now in the city, Macao has come through the worst of COVID-19 and is ‘getting back to normal’.
All you need to know about Macao’s courage in the face of the global COVID-19 pandemic and how the city’s government and its people have pulled together to battle the virus’ spread.
Since Macao’s first COVID-19 case was announced in January, the city’s government and people have pulled together and shown courage in the face of a crisis. While the pandemic may not yet be over in the territory, we create a picture of what it’s been like in Macao over the past two months.
We look at the increasingly important role that technology has played in the city since the outbreak of COVID-19.