Hong Kong lifts quarantine for mainland China arrivals, reduces quarantine for low risk countries

    Hong Kong‘s Chief Executive Carrie Lam stated (12-Apr-2021) arrivals from mainland China will be exempt from the compulsory 14 day hotel quarantine on arrival. Ms Lam said travellers from low risk countries such as Singapore, New Zealand and Australia are subject to 14 days quarantine instead of 21 days, effective 09-Apr-2021. The quarantine requirement will be further reduced to seven days when the Hong Kong Government announces “further relaxation based on vaccination”. The quarantine duration for arrivals from medium risk countries will also be reduced from 21 days to 14 days with planned vaccine bubble arrangements.

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