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Total doses
given
1.7M
People fully
vaccinated
627.7K
% Fully
vaccinated
90.29%
Pre-travel testing (vaccinated):
Pre-travel testing (unvaccinated):
Test on arrival (vaccinated):
Test on arrival (unvaccinated):

Crossing Rules:

Masks: Mask is required in all public indoor, public transport and certain outdoor areas

COVID-19 test: Negative Covid-19 nucleic acid test certificate obtained within 48 hours prior to departure required

Passenger Locator Form: Not required

Health form: Minors aged 17 years old and younger must submit a 'Minors Medical Observation Form' 7 days before their flight

Permission: Foreign passengers may be required to obtain Authorization to Stay for Non-resident Workers

15.11.2022

Entry restrictions       

  • Passengers are only permitted to travel to Macau for the reasons of public interests, such as prevention, control or treatment of diseases, relief and emergency, or for maintaining the normal functioning and the basic living needs of residents in Macau.
  • This does not apply to the following passengers: 
    • Residents of Macau;
    • Residents of China, Hong Kong, or the Taiwan region, provided they have only been to China, Hong Kong, or the Taiwan region in the past 10 days; or
    • Passengers who hold a valid Chinese visa issued by the Office of the Commissioner of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of China in Macau, provided they have only been in China or Macau in the past 21 days.
  • The following passengers without the resident status in China, Hong Kong, or Macau and who are travelling from China are permitted to enter Macau:
    • Portuguese nationals;
    • Passengers who have been granted a ‘Residence Authorisation’, ‘Special Authorisation to Stay’, or ‘Special Stay Permit’;
    • Passengers who either hold a Non-resident Worker’s Identity Card, an ‘Entry Permit for Work Purpose’, or an ‘Employment Permit for Specialised Non-resident Workers’ and the ‘return slip’ issued after the ‘Authorisation to Stay as Non-resident Worker’;
    • Passengers who do not require visa to re-enter mainland China;
    • Passengers who have been enrolled in a tertiary education institution in Macau; or
    • Passengers travelling to Macau for urgent and essential business, official or personal activities.
  • The following passengers without the resident status in China, Hong Kong, or Macau and who are not travelling from China are permitted to enter Macau provided they have applied for entry approval on the following grounds:
    • Spouses or family members of Macau residents;
    • Passengers who have been granted an 'Authorisation to Stay for Non-resident Workers' or an ‘Entry Permit for Work Purposes' or the ‘return slip’ issued after the ‘Authorisation to Stay as Non-resident Worker’, and including their family members;
    • Passengers who have been granted a ‘Residence Authorisation’;
    • Passengers who have been enrolled in a tertiary education institution in Macau; or
    • Passengers travelling to Macau for urgent and essential business, official or personal activities.
  • The following passengers without the resident status in China, Hong Kong, or Macau and who are not travelling from China are permitted to enter Macau:
    1. Passengers who have been granted an 'Authorisation to Stay for Non-resident Workers' or an ‘Entry Permit for Work Purposes' or the ‘return slip’ issued after the ‘Authorisation to Stay as Non-resident Worker’, and including their family members, provided they are not nationals of Bangladesh, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, or Vietnam;
    2. Passengers who hold a diplomatic passport;
    3. Passengers who hold a Laissez-Passer issued by the United Nations;
    4. Passengers who either hold a diplomatic or consular identity card issued by the Macau Special Administrative Region (SAR) or;
    5. Nationals of Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Brunei Darussalam, Canada, Czechia, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Korea (South), Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malaysia, Malta, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Singapore, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, the United Kingdom, or the United States.

  • Passengers are not permitted to transit Macau.

Special restrictions for minor passengers

  • Minors aged 17 years old and younger travelling to Macau must submit a completed "Minors Medical Observation Form" to the Civil Aviation Authority of Macau 7 days before their flight and undergo quarantine in a designated hotel upon arrival. The form can be found online here (in English) and here (in Portuguese).
  • Minor passengers must also comply with the following requirements:

    • Minors aged younger than 11 years old are not permitted to travel or quarantine unaccompanied;  
    • Minors aged between 12 to 17 years old are permitted to undergo the quarantine unaccompanied with consent from their legal guardian. They must be accompanied for the quarantine if they do not have consent from their legal guardian;
    • Minors travelling with their legal guardians or second-degree relatives are also required to submit the completed form 7 days before their flight.
    • The accompanying adult must be the legal guardian or relative within second-degree of a minor passenger (including parents, grandparents and older brothers/sisters). Please note that cousins will not be recognised as accompanying adults.

Test requirements

  • Passengers must hold a negative Covid-19 nucleic acid test certificate obtained within 48 hours prior to departure.
  • This does not apply to the following passengers:
    • Passengers arriving from mainland China, provided holding a negative Covid-19 nucleic acid test certificate obtained within 7 days prior to departure; or
    • Passengers who have been in Taiwan or Hong Kong in the past 10 days, who must hold a negative Covid-19 nucleic acid test certificate obtained within 24 hours prior to departure.

Quarantine requirements

  • Passengers must hold booking confirmation for a medical observation hotel on arrival and for a nucleic acid test to be done during medical observation at the hotel.
  • Passengers who have been in a relevant area must undergo medical observation on arrival until it has been 7 days since they departed from the listed areas/locations. The medical observation period also has to be at least 5 days and passengers must obtain a negative nucleic acid test 7 days after leaving the area.
  • Passengers not travelling from China:
    • Passengers must take a nucleic acid test on arrival. If a negative result is received, passengers must undergo medical observation for 7 days followed by 3 days of self-management and they must take a daily nucleic acid test for 4 consecutive days. If a positive result is received, passengers must undergo centralised medical observation for at least 7 days.
  • Passengers travelling from China:
    • Passengers must take a free nucleic acid test on arrival and another test at their own expense within 2 days after arrival.

Exit restrictions

  • Passengers departing Macau must hold a negative Covid-19 nucleic acid test result taken within 24 hours prior to departure.

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