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Hong Kong eases Covid regulations

Covid-stricken Hong Kong lifts several flight bans and shortens quarantine times. Chief Executive Carrie Lam announced a corresponding set of relaxations on Monday. These new rules mark a dramatic departure from Hong Kong’s zero-covid policy, notes Nikkei Asia. Starting April 1, arriving flights from nine countries will be allowed to land in Hong Kong again, including flights from France, the US, Australia, the UK and Canada, according to information released by South China Morning.

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