Hong Kong to extend mandatory quarantine for arrivals from mainland, Macau, Taiwan for another month

Xinhua
China's HKSAR will extend mandatory quarantine for all inbound travelers from the mainland, the Macau SAR and Taiwan that will expire on June 7 for another month to July 7.
Xinhua

China's Hong Kong Special Administrative Region will extend mandatory quarantine for all inbound travelers from the mainland, the Macao SAR and Taiwan that will expire on June 7 for another month to July 7.

At a press conference on Tuesday afternoon, HKSAR government Secretary for Food and Health Sophia Chan announced the extension, saying the HKSAR government is considering relaxing restrictions on arrivals from outside in a bid to exchange economic activities.

As regards arrivals from foreign countries and regions, the HKSAR will extend mandatory quarantine for them that will expire on June 18 for three months to September 18, Chan said. 

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