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Hong Kong seeks solution for easier entry

Hong Kong’s government is planning to simplify the entry of its citizens into the People’s Republic of China. On Sunday, the city revealed proposals to Chinese authorities on how to circumvent strict quarantine rules during the Covid pandemic. Technology Minister Alfred Sit Wing-hang has proposed the introduction of a digital health code based on voluntary data entry. Accordingly, those willing to travel should be able to declare their whereabouts independently two to three weeks in advance of crossing the border.

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