Return to Hong Kong Quarantine Arrangements 丨 Entrance is reduced to 0 + 3, quarantine hotel quick isolation test is canceled instead of nucleic acid PCR test
Chief Executive Li Jiachao held a press conference to announce a series of measures to facilitate travel for Hong Kong residents and tourists, including easing the current “3 + 4” to “0 + 3” quarantine requirements. , and even passengers can quickly test negative results instead of the nucleic acid test results; There will also be no quotas for Hong Kong e-commerce and Hong Kong e-commerce, and the new measures will take effect at 6:00 am on September 26th.
Relaxation of boarding and quarantine requirements for return to Hong Kong from overseas regions and Taiwan:
Relaxed from the existing “3 + 4” to “0 + 3”
Elimination of the requirement to demonstrate negative nucleic acid PCR test results
It must contain a negative rapid test result within 24 hours
Hong Kong residents who have not completed vaccination can also board the plane
The ‘0 + 3’ model arrangement means that passengers are not required to stay in a quarantine hotel and those arriving in Hong Kong can choose to return home or stay in a hotel and undergo medical surveillance 3 days later. I arrive in Hong Kong. In addition, arriving passengers are required to undergo rapid antigen tests every day until the 7th day and nucleic acid tests are also required on the 2nd, 4th and 6th day after arrival.
3-day medical surveillance requirements
Passengers can leave the airport immediately after receiving the nucleic acid test at the airport, do not have to wait for the test results at the airport, and can also choose public transport to leave the airport. Those who have a negative nucleic acid test result may receive a 3-day “yellow code” covering the 0th to 2nd day of arrival in Hong Kong. During the period of detention of the “yellow code”, they can exit, but are subject to the current “yellow code” restrictions and cannot enter the food court. Restaurants, bars and other places listed. If a passenger gets a negative nucleic acid test result on the third day after arriving in Hong Kong, they will be issued a “blue code” and can begin self-monitoring.
4 days aloneMonitoring requirements
On the morning of the third day of arrival in Hong Kong, after receiving the negative result of the nucleic acid test at the end of the end, medical surveillance can be stopped, but passengers must still monitor themselves and continue to carry out the rapid test unsanitary every day until the seventh day. During the self-monitoring period, travelers are required to perform nucleic acid tests and rapid antigen tests on time and, with negative results, can enter listed premises such as restaurants.
Ease of entry and ease of return to Hong Kong
There will be no limits on easy entry and easy return, and they will apply to all places on the mainland, as well as to those arriving in Hong Kong from Macau.