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Macao sees surge in tourism during May Day holiday

Tourists visit the Senado Square in south China’s Macao, on May 3, 2021, the third day of China’s five-day May Day holiday. (Xinhua/Cheong Kam Ka)

The Macao Special Administrative Region (SAR) is seeing a surge in tourism during the five-day May Day holiday thanks to its stable epidemic situation.

As of Monday, no locally transmitted COVID-19 case had been reported in Macao for about 400 days.

Tourists visit the Ruins of St. Paul's in south China's Macao, on May 3, 2021, the third day of China's five-day May Day holiday. (Xinhua/Cheong Kam Ka)

Tourists visit the Ruins of St. Paul’s in south China’s Macao, on May 3, 2021, the third day of China’s five-day May Day holiday. (Xinhua/Cheong Kam Ka)

 

Tourists visit the Senado Square in south China's Macao, on May 3, 2021, the third day of China's five-day May Day holiday. (Xinhua/Cheong Kam Ka)

Tourists visit the Senado Square in south China’s Macao, on May 3, 2021, the third day of China’s five-day May Day holiday. (Xinhua/Cheong Kam Ka)

 

A tourist displays her Macao health code to a janitor before entering the Ruins of St. Paul's in south China's Macao, on May 3, 2021, the third day of China's five-day May Day holiday. (Xinhua/Cheong Kam Ka)

A tourist displays her Macao health code to a janitor before entering the Ruins of St. Paul’s in south China’s Macao, on May 3, 2021, the third day of China’s five-day May Day holiday. (Xinhua/Cheong Kam Ka)

 

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