2 new nucleic acid positive cases in Macau carry out nationwide antigen testing for three consecutive days

The Macau New Crown Virus Infection Response and Coordination Center stated at noon on October 30 that two new positive cases of new coronavirus nucleic acid test results were added in Macau, both of whom lived with the sons of the previously confirmed cases, both aged 13, and were students of the second grade of Qingzhou Middle School. . The two were classified as close contacts due to their mother’s diagnosis. The nucleic acid test results on October 27 were negative, and the nucleic acid test results were positive on the 30th, and they were classified as imported related cases.

The Response and Coordination Center stated that in order to reduce the risk of virus transmission, it has been decided that Australian residents must undergo a new coronavirus rapid antigen test every day for 3 consecutive days (October 30 to November 1).

Source: CCTV News Client

Editor: Li Tuo

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