Hong Kong cuts COVID quarantine stay for overseas travellers


Hong Kong Authorities say it will ease its Covid hotel quarantine requirements for people arriving from overseas.

Hong Kong officials further say from Friday, those arriving in the city will have to stay at designated quarantine hotels for three days.

They will then undergo another four days of “medical surveillance” either at home or at any hotel.

Currently, overseas arrivals have to quarantine for seven days at designated hotels

During the “medical surveillance” period, people can go out but may not enter places that require vaccine passes to be checked, including bars, gyms and amusement centres.

They are also barred from participating in any mask-off activities – such as certain forms of exercise – or entering homes for the elderly or disabled people and designated medical venues.

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