The Labor Department (DSAL) has urged domestic help employers to negotiate accommodation arrangements during the current partial blockade that can help reduce their movement within the SAR. ..
Macau SAR authorities have ordered the suspension of all commercial and industrial business activities in the city for seven days from midnight on July 11, except for those that maintain the normal operation of society.
Domestic helpers are allowed to patrol the city for work and other important work by the authorities. To board a public bus or travel around the city, you will need to show a non-resident work card that describes your employment.
Those who only have a receipt can request a temporary working card from the transition so that they can travel by bus.
However, labor and health authorities have required employers to arrange for their workers to stay in their homes or elsewhere in order to reduce their movements and possible transmission risks.
“Since epidemic prevention is currently at an important stage, we need to avoid or reduce non-essential crowd gathering activities as much as possible and reduce the flow of people in the community to reduce the risk of disease transmission. “DSAL added. ..
The Labor Department reminds us that resident or non-resident employees who violate the rules of going out or do not wear the KN95 face mask when going out are liable in accordance with the law on the prevention, management and treatment of infectious diseases. .. Imprisonment of up to 2 years or a maximum fine of 240 days.