Reduction in Hotel Quarantine Requirement Welcomed, HKGCC Hopes Next Step Will Be to Fully Reopen

For Immediate Release

The Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce (HKGCC) welcomes the decision to reduce hotel quarantine for incoming visitors from seven to three days, followed by four days under home medical surveillance.

Lowering the number of days for hotel quarantine will help ease the burden on residents returning to the city and international travellers. Allowing limited movement to places where vaccine pass checks are not mandatory after three days hotel quarantine is a positive step in the right direction.

The Chamber appreciates the proactive measures that the Government is phasing in and hopes that quarantine-free travel can be implemented as soon as practicable. With the economy in negative growth and the economic outlook remaining bleak, businesses need to be able to freely reconnect with the world to enable the economy to recover.




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