From 1 May 2022, non-Hong Kong residents will be allowed to enter Hong Kong from overseas places. For details, please click here.
Travellers boarding flights for Hong Kong from any overseas places have to hold a recognised record of full vaccination, a negative result proof of a PCR test conducted within 48 hours of boarding, and a room reservation confirmation in a designated quarantine hotel. If the results of the PCR test conducted on the fifth day and the RATs conducted on the sixth and seventh days of arrival are all negative, they can be discharged from compulsory quarantine. However, they will be required to undergo self-monitoring for seven days, and a compulsory PCR test on the 12th day of arrival at Hong Kong. For details, please click here.
Relevant COVID-19 Information, including entry requirements and quarantine arrangement, for Hong Kong people living in the UK, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, Norway, Russia and Sweden can be found here.
For information about travelling to Hong Kong from the UK, please click here.
For information about travelling to Hong Kong from Russia, please click here.
For different boarding, quarantine and testing arrangements for persons arriving at Hong Kong, please refer to this Concise guide.