Hong Kong Ends Hotel Quarantine Requirement for Travelers

Hong Kong is ending its controversial hotel quarantine policy for travelers as pressure mounts on the city to ease Covid-19 restrictions to shore up its economy and defend its long-standing position as a global business capital.

Hong Kong chief executive John Lee said arrivals will no longer need to isolate in a hotel from September 26, removing an earlier requirement of a three-day quarantine. The freedom of movement of travelers in the city will be restricted during a self-monitoring period of three days, down from the current four days. A preflight PCR test is dropped in favor of a rapid preflight test.

https://www.wsj.com/articles/hong-kong-ends-hotel-quarantine-requirement-for-travelers-11663919875 Hong Kong Ends Hotel Quarantine Requirement for Travelers

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