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Hong Kong considering Cutting Hotel Quarantine to Five Days or Less
Published on: 2022-08-03
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Hong Kong is considering reducing mandatory hotel quarantine for overseas arrivals to five days or less, down from seven days, according to the city’s health chief.

During the two-day home isolation period that follows, visitors will be required to use a so-called yellow health code and refrain from visiting high-risk venues, Secretary for Health Lo Chung-mau said in an interview with Now TV on Saturday. They may also have to complete RAT tests every two days, he added.

Earlier, local media reported authorities could even shorten the hotel quarantine to three days as they put the finishing touches to a China-style health code. Lo previously told the newspaper that conditional quarantine-free travel may be allowed by November, in time for a global bankers’ summit to be held in the city.




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