Hong Kong will resume quarantine-free travel in a limited way for people entering the city from mainland China and Macau as the pandemic stabilises.
Under the “Come2hk” quarantine-free scheme starting on Sept 15, non-Hong Kong residents who live and work in the mainland and Macau, including mainlanders and expatriates, will be able to enter Hong Kong without undergoing compulsory quarantine at designated hotels.
But this will not apply to people from places in the mainland identified by the Hong Kong government as medium or high-risk. For a start, there will be six excluded areas and details will be out later.
The scheme will allow up to 2,000 individuals daily, with 1,000 each for the Shenzhen Bay Port and the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge Hong Kong Port.
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