Macau gives China gambling all-clear

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The Macau government has eased travel restrictions for the last two remaining mainland China regions, Hebei and Heilongjiang provinces, removing their need for a 14-day quarantine.

This means that all individuals entering Macau from mainland China will no longer need to undergo medical observation or self-quarantine.

The news was positive for Macau casino stocks, which surged to a two and a half month high, according to Bloomberg. Sands China stocks rose 10 per cent, while Galaxy gained 12 per cent. Melco, MGM and Wynn rose around nine per cent.

Source: Asia Gaming Brief

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