Macau finds at least 12 confirmed cases, government announces nationwide testing from noon to Tuesday

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Macau finds at least 12 confirmed cases, government announces nationwide testing from noon to Tuesday

At least 12 confirmed cases of COVID-19 were found in Macau. The government announced that a nationwide test will be held from 12 noon today (19th) to 12 noon on Tuesday (21st), and all Macau residents, including those staying in Macau, must participate.

Of the 12 confirmed cases found, at least 10 of them lived in Yanli Building, Xinqiao, who were diagnosed at the time of testing, and the other 2 were confirmed cases by linked verification. The director of the Health Bureau, Luo Yilong, said that the 12 confirmed cases have a certain degree of possibility of related transmission, and there is no direct connection with places other than Macau. Therefore, the source is unknown. Basically, there will be more confirmed cases. I believe the source will be found. None of the cases have been linked to confirmed cases in Shenzhen.

This time, the national test is free. There are 53 inspection stations and 342 sampling points in Australia. The stations include general stations, self-funded stations, and care stations. All stations are open 24 hours a day. The Response Coordination Center stated that the reservation system of the national testing plan will be based on the sampling points to accurately control the number of people that can be received at the inspection stations in Australia, and publish the number of sampling points operating in the station, the number of people waiting, and the expected waiting list through various channels 4 times an hour. Real-time information such as time, number of reservations, etc.

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