In a move to relax its strict inbound policy, Hong Kong has eased its quarantine measures for fully vaccinated inbound travellers. From 12 May, vaccinated visitors from low-risk countries will only be required to complete a mandatory quarantine of just seven days instead of 14. Following the seven day quarantine period, travellers will be required to self-monitor for an additional week.
Those from high and medium risk areas will be required to serve a 14-day quarantine, instead of 21 days, in addition to another week of self- monitoring. Those coming from an extremely high-risk area will still have to complete a 21-day quarantine, even if they are inoculated against COVID-19.
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