The last remaining COVID-19 patient in Macau has reportedly been cleared of coronavirus on March 6 and there have been no new cases recorded for over a month. According to Macau’s health authorities, the newly discharged woman has been sent to a public health center for further isolation.
With the 64-year old’s release, all Covid-19 cases in the city have reportedly recovered. “Now, Macau has zero patients, zero serious cases, zero deaths and zero infections in hospitals,” Macau Health Bureau Director Lei Chin-ion claimed.
Macau has previously recorded 10 COVID-19 cases and there has not been a new one since the initial announcement last February 4. On that day, the city government ordered a 15-day suspension of casinos after revealing the confirmed cases to prevent the spread of coronavirus.
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