All international arrivals can return home or to the accommodation of their choice, but they will need to monitor themselves for three days
Hong Kong announced that it will end its controversial COVID-19 hotel quarantine for all arrivals starting September 26, nearly 2.5 years after it was implemented. This is a long-awaited decision for many residents and businesses of the financial center.
All international arrivals can return home or to their accommodation of choice, but they will need to monitor for three days after arriving at the Chinese special administrative hub.
They will be permitted to go to school or work, but they will not be allowed into bars or restaurants during this time. The 48-hour PCR test required by travellers to Hong Kong will no longer be required. A Rapid Antigen Test will replace it.
This former British colony, which was once China’s British colony, is now a world outlier. It imposes a hotel quarantine for international visitors in accordance with its “dynamic zero” COVID strategy.
Many residents, diplomats, and business groups have condemned the COVID-19 rules in Hong Kong, saying that they are detrimental to Hong Kong’s competitiveness as well as its standing as a global financial center.
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