Macau tourist hot spot the ruins of St Paul’s, eerily quiet in February. Photo: SCMP / Winson Wong Macau tourist hot spot the ruins of St Paul’s, eerily quiet in February. Photo: SCMP / Winson Wong
Macau tourist hot spot the ruins of St Paul’s, eerily quiet in February. Photo: SCMP / Winson Wong
Mercedes Hutton
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Macau has conquered Covid-19, when will the Chinese tourists return?

  • The city, which recorded a mere 46 cases and zero deaths, has reopened its doors to mainland Chinese gamblers
  • Although tourist interest ‘skyrocketed’, the casinos and hotels remain largely empty and ‘golden week’ isn’t looking too golden

Macau tourist hot spot the ruins of St Paul’s, eerily quiet in February. Photo: SCMP / Winson Wong Macau tourist hot spot the ruins of St Paul’s, eerily quiet in February. Photo: SCMP / Winson Wong
Macau tourist hot spot the ruins of St Paul’s, eerily quiet in February. Photo: SCMP / Winson Wong
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