Covid-19: Hong Kong to Scrap Hotel Quarantine Mandate for International Arrivals
From September 26, travellers will be subject to PCR tests on arrival and will be unable to visit restaurants and bars for the first three days under a system authorities have dubbed "0+3"
Hong Kong will scrap COVID hotel quarantine from Sept. 26
Hong Kong will scrap its controversial COVID-19 hotel quarantine policy for all arrivals from Sept. 26, more than 2.5 years after it was first implemented, in a long-awaited move for many residents and businesses in the financial hub.
Hong Kong to end mandatory hotel quarantine for travellers
Hong Kong's leader announced the city would no longer require incoming travellers to quarantine in designated hotels as it seeks to remain competitive and open up globally after nearly two years.