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Hong Kong considers shortening quarantine

Hong Kong’s new health chief Lo Chung-mau believes it is possible that quarantine-free entry into the Chinese special administrative region could be granted in time for the Global Banking Summit in November. This was reported by the Hong Kong-based South China Morning Post. Hong Kong is not required to follow the People’s Republic’s strict COVID-19 policy as the city enjoys a certain degree of freedom under the “one country, two systems” principle, Lo said in an interview with the newspaper.

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