Hong Kong and China: Everything you need to know about testing and quarantine as rules change

China will lift its quarantine requirement for inbound travellers starting from 8 January. It will also resume issuing visas for residents to travel overseas. 

Hong Kong has scrapped on-arrival COVID-19 restrictions for travellers and ditched its virus tracing app.

As of 14 December, visitors to the city are able to visit restaurants, gyms and bars as soon as they arrive. Previously, they had been subject to a three-day post-arrival ban from such venues.

The easing came days after mainland China loosened its harsh COVID zero policy and slightly lifted its restrictions on international travellers. 

What are Hong Kong’s new travel rules?

In December, the city authorities announced the removal of the ‘amber code’ measure previously

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