Lifting of Restrictions on Arrivals will Help Boost Business Travel and Tourism

For Immediate Release

The Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce (HKGCC) welcomes the Government’s announcement today to scrap its amber health code, effective Wednesday. People will no longer need to scan QR codes using the LeaveHomeSafe app to enter venues, and instead just show their vaccination records when entering restaurants or other designated establishments.

“The Chamber welcomes the relaxation of anti-epidemic measures just announced as we expect the move will encourage more business travellers and tourists to visit Hong Kong, which will be a boost for the economy and businesses,” said HKGCC Chairman Betty Yuen. “We also hope that the Government will consider removing the requirement of conducting two PCR tests when the number of infection cases stabilizes. This will allow visitors to easily enter the city freely.”

The Chamber looks forward to further easing of the remaining anti-epidemic requirements. With the Central Government also relaxing restrictions, it hopes the border with the Mainland can also fully reopen soon.


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