The Macao government must work tirelessly on epidemic prevention and control, boost economic recovery and safeguard social stability in Macao, says the nation’s leader.
Ho Iat Seng
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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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