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HKSAR Government extends social distancing measures in Hong Kong
HKSAR Government extends social distancing measures in Hong Kong

Social distancing measures currently in place in Hong Kong will be maintained until 26 May 2021. A spokesman for the Food and Health Bureau said, "According to the new direction in fighting the pandemic, the Government relaxed certain restrictions with 'vaccine bubble' as the basis on April 29, with a view to responding to the aspirations of various trades and the public to resume normal daily lives as soon as possible." The implementation of the first phase of measures under the 'vaccine bubble' is generally in order. To allow the relevant operators of premises and the general public to get used to the relevant measures, the Government will continue to maintain the existing requirements and restrictions for 14 days until 26 May 2021."

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HKSAR Government extends social distancing measures in Hong Kong

Social distancing measures currently in place in Hong Kong will be maintained until 26 May 2021. A spokesman for the Food and Health Bureau said, "According to the new direction in fighting the pandemic, the Government relaxed certain restrictions with 'vaccine bubble' as the basis on April 29, with a view to responding to the aspirations of various trades and the public to resume normal daily lives as soon as possible." The implementation of the first phase of measures under the 'vaccine bubble' is generally in order. To allow the relevant operators of premises and the general public to get used to the relevant measures, the Government will continue to maintain the existing requirements and restrictions for 14 days until 26 May 2021."

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HKSAR Government announces latest boarding and quarantine arrangements for persons arriving at Hong Kong under "vaccine bubble" concept
HKSAR Government announces latest boarding and quarantine arrangements for persons arriving at Hong Kong under "vaccine bubble" concept

There will be new boarding and quarantine arrangements for persons arriving at Hong Kong under the “vaccine bubble concept” from 12 May 2021. Click here for details.

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HKSAR Government announces latest boarding and quarantine arrangements for persons arriving at Hong Kong under "vaccine bubble" concept

There will be new boarding and quarantine arrangements for persons arriving at Hong Kong under the “vaccine bubble concept” from 12 May 2021. Click here for details.

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HKSAR Government announces latest boarding and quarantine arrangements for persons arriving at Hong Kong under "vaccine bubble" concept
HKSAR Government announces latest boarding and quarantine arrangements for persons arriving at Hong Kong under "vaccine bubble" concept

The HKSAR Government announced that it will adjust the boarding, quarantine and testing arrangements for persons arriving at Hong Kong (including Hong Kong residents returning to Hong Kong) who have completed their COVID19 vaccination course under the "vaccine bubble" concept from 0.00am on May 12, 2021 (Wednesday). For persons who have stayed in medium-risk Group C places and high-risk Group B specified places, and who have been fully vaccinated, they will be subject to compulsory quarantine in designated quarantine hotels for 14 days (originally 21 days), and subsequently be required to self-monitor for seven days and undergo compulsory testing on the 16th and 19th day of their arrival at Hong Kong. As for extremely high-risk Group A1 specified places and very high-risk Group A2 specified places (including the UK), the boarding, quarantine, and testing arrangements will remain unchanged.

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HKSAR Government announces latest boarding and quarantine arrangements for persons arriving at Hong Kong under "vaccine bubble" concept

The HKSAR Government announced that it will adjust the boarding, quarantine and testing arrangements for persons arriving at Hong Kong (including Hong Kong residents returning to Hong Kong) who have completed their COVID19 vaccination course under the "vaccine bubble" concept from 0.00am on May 12, 2021 (Wednesday). For persons who have stayed in medium-risk Group C places and high-risk Group B specified places, and who have been fully vaccinated, they will be subject to compulsory quarantine in designated quarantine hotels for 14 days (originally 21 days), and subsequently be required to self-monitor for seven days and undergo compulsory testing on the 16th and 19th day of their arrival at Hong Kong. As for extremely high-risk Group A1 specified places and very high-risk Group A2 specified places (including the UK), the boarding, quarantine, and testing arrangements will remain unchanged.

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HKSAR Government adjusts boarding and quarantine arrangements for persons arriving at Hong Kong
HKSAR Government adjusts boarding and quarantine arrangements for persons arriving at Hong Kong

The HKSAR Government has announced today (4 May) that the boarding restrictions imposed on persons who have stayed in the United Kingdom (UK) and Ireland would be lifted on 7 May 2021. Hong Kong residents would be allowed to board flights from the UK and Ireland for Hong Kong from 7 May 2021, and they will be subject to stringent compulsory quarantine and testing arrangements upon arrival at Hong Kong. Details can be viewed from here.

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HKSAR Government adjusts boarding and quarantine arrangements for persons arriving at Hong Kong

The HKSAR Government has announced today (4 May) that the boarding restrictions imposed on persons who have stayed in the United Kingdom (UK) and Ireland would be lifted on 7 May 2021. Hong Kong residents would be allowed to board flights from the UK and Ireland for Hong Kong from 7 May 2021, and they will be subject to stringent compulsory quarantine and testing arrangements upon arrival at Hong Kong. Details can be viewed from here.

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FS briefs UK business leaders to reaffirm Hong Kong
FS briefs UK business leaders to reaffirm Hong Kong's position as global investment and trade hub

The Financial Secretary, Mr Paul Chan, gave an online Corporate Members Briefing at Asia House on 30 April to update UK business leaders on Hong Kong's leading position as a global investment and trade hub and its unique roles as a gateway, a springboard and an intermediary under China's dual circulation development strategy.

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FS briefs UK business leaders to reaffirm Hong Kong's position as global investment and trade hub

The Financial Secretary, Mr Paul Chan, gave an online Corporate Members Briefing at Asia House on 30 April to update UK business leaders on Hong Kong's leading position as a global investment and trade hub and its unique roles as a gateway, a springboard and an intermediary under China's dual circulation development strategy.

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HKSAR Government adjusts boarding and quarantine arrangements for persons arriving from overseas places
HKSAR Government adjusts boarding and quarantine arrangements for persons arriving from overseas places

The Government announces some details to adjust boarding and quarantine arrangements for persons arriving from overseas places. Subject to the development of the epidemic and actual situation, the Government plans to specify Brazil, Ireland, South Africa and the United Kingdom in the first half of May as very high-risk places (Group A2 specified places), where Hong Kong residents from these Group A2 specified places would be allowed to board a flight to Hong Kong provided that they present a negative result proof of a nucleic acid test for COVID-19 conducted within 72 hours before the scheduled time of departure of the aircraft and confirmation of room reservation for 21 nights starting on the day of arrival in a designated quarantine hotel. It is expected that the details about these adjustments would be finalised in about two weeks' time (in late April or early May).

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HKSAR Government adjusts boarding and quarantine arrangements for persons arriving from overseas places

The Government announces some details to adjust boarding and quarantine arrangements for persons arriving from overseas places. Subject to the development of the epidemic and actual situation, the Government plans to specify Brazil, Ireland, South Africa and the United Kingdom in the first half of May as very high-risk places (Group A2 specified places), where Hong Kong residents from these Group A2 specified places would be allowed to board a flight to Hong Kong provided that they present a negative result proof of a nucleic acid test for COVID-19 conducted within 72 hours before the scheduled time of departure of the aircraft and confirmation of room reservation for 21 nights starting on the day of arrival in a designated quarantine hotel. It is expected that the details about these adjustments would be finalised in about two weeks' time (in late April or early May).

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