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Hong Kong abolishes hotel quarantine

As of September 26, Hong Kong will abolish the hotel quarantine for inbound travelers. This was announced by authorities on Friday. After two and a half years, one of the biggest Covid restrictions for travelers will thus fall. Instead, they will have to monitor themselves for Covid symptoms for three days after arrival. During that time, they are allowed to go to work and school, with only some recreational activities, such as going to restaurants and bars, remaining restricted. The PCR test, which previously had to be taken 48 hours before boarding a flight, is also no longer required. A rapid test will suffice for departure.

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