Hong Kong eliminates some Covid rules, including vaccine passes

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Hong Kong is reopening to visitors for the first time in three years.
Hong Kong is reopening to visitors for the first time in three years. Photo Credit: Hong Kong Tourism Board

Reopening to tourism for the first time in three years, Hong Kong has eliminated vaccine passes to enter bars and restaurants.

Hong Kong also has lifted limits on group sizes in public, restaurant capacity constraints and social distancing requirements. 

International travelers no longer have to submit a PCR test on the second day of their visit. However, travelers still must produce a negative rapid antigen test within 24 hours of their flight or a negative PCR test within 48 hours of their flight.

Also, travelers will no longer need to quarantine in a residence or government-run facility should they come into close contact with someone who has tested positive for Covid. 

Hong Kong visitors still must be fully vaccinated and they must wear a mask in public places, including the airport, hotels, restaurants, stores and markets.

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