Treasure Hotel staff under closed-loop testing positive for COVID-19


A worker under closed-loop management at the Treasure Hotel, which is used as a medical observation center, has tested positive for COVID-19, the Novel Coronavirus Coordination and Response Center announced.

The positive nucleic acid test result has led health authorities to require some people staying at the Treasure Hotel to extend their medical observation period until August 20.

Considering that the staff working at the medical observation hotel are at high risk of infection, the health authorities have drawn up guidelines, which require regulatory bodies and hotels to comply with them specifically, namely that the High-risk workers must undergo a nucleic acid test at least once every two days.

If a worker is detected as a positive case, the person and all those who have been in contact with him will have to submit to quarantine, while reinforced pandemic prevention measures will be adopted, the Center added.

Treasure Hotel has been operating as a “Specialty Medical Observation Hotel” since last December.

As of February 25, all arrivals entering Macau via Hong Kong are required to quarantine at the Treasure Hotel.


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