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Hong Kong cuts COVID quarantine to 3 days in hotel for incoming travellers

8/8/2022 12:41
        Hong Kong's government said on Monday it would shorten the COVID-19 hotel quarantine period for all arrivals to three days from seven, taking another step in slowly unwinding stringent pandemic rules.
        
        Arrivals will need to self monitor for a further four days, during which they will be forbidden to enter such premises as restaurants and bars.
        
        "We need to balance between people's livelihood and the competitiveness of Hong Kong to give the community maximum momentum and economic vitality," the city's leader, John Lee, said.
        
        People in quarantine will be issued a red code on a government mandated app. This will change to a yellow code once they leave quarantine, signifying they may not enter crowded premises.
        
        Quarantine was formerly as long as three weeks. Currently, all arrivals must spend at least a week in hotel quarantine and comply with frequent testing orders, provide faecal samples for babies and fill out multiple forms.
        



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