Hong Kong scraps quarantine measures after economy takes a beating
Hong Kong to end mandatory quarantine for overseas arrivals within days
Incoming travellers will take an arrival test and must monitor their health for three days – during which they cannot visit bars and restaurants
Hong Kong, whose international tourism industry has effectively been closed for the past 30 months, is ending mandatory hotel quarantine for overseas arrivals from Monday 26 September.
John Lee, chief executive of Hong Kong, made the announcement at a news conference on Friday afternoon.