The Health Bureau of Macao Special Administrative Region (SAR) said Saturday that there was no " possible" and "confirmed" A/H1N1 flu case reported in the SAR by far.
The SAR government has already set up devices in various border checkpoints taking visitors' temperatures, and required them to fill health declaration forms before entry.
Meanwhile, six persons, whose identities were not disclosed by the authorities, underwent A/H1N1 flu virus tests, and all of them tested negative for the virus, according to the Bureau.
Statistics released on Saturday showed that some 100 child and 36 adult patients were recorded in the SAR's biggest public hospital.
The Bureau also called upon people who traveled back to Macao from other countries to avoid crowded places, and go to see doctors once they develop any fever symptom.
Macao's neighboring regions, such as Hong Kong and the Chinese mainland, have respectively reported over 20 confirmed A/H1N1 flu cases by Saturday.
(Xinhua News Agency May 31, 2009)