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Hong Kong: Government to end mandatory hotel quarantine for travelers01:53

Hong Kong: Government to end mandatory hotel quarantine for travelers

Hong Kong, Special Administrative Region of China, Hong Kong
September 23, 2022 at 22:04 GMT +00:00 · Published

The Hong Kong government announced the end of the mandatory hotel quarantine requirement for overseas arrivals on September 23, 2022.

Chief Executive John Lee said the policy decision was to “reconnect the city with the world” and to “reduce inconvenience”.

“For people arriving at the airport from overseas or Taiwan, the quarantine measures will be as follows. From the current 3 + 4 hotel quarantine arrangement, it will be changed to 0 + 3,” John Lee said.

Hong Kong has had one of the toughest COVID-19 restrictions in the world.

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The Hong Kong government announced the end of the mandatory hotel quarantine requirement for overseas arrivals on September 23, 2022.

Chief Executive John Lee said the policy decision was to “reconnect the city with the world” and to “reduce inconvenience”.

“For people arriving at the airport from overseas or Taiwan, the quarantine measures will be as follows. From the current 3 + 4 hotel quarantine arrangement, it will be changed to 0 + 3,” John Lee said.

Hong Kong has had one of the toughest COVID-19 restrictions in the world.