• From 26 September 2022, inbound travellers from overseas places or Taiwan arriving at Hong Kong International Airport will no longer be required to undergo compulsory hotel quarantine; instead, the new ‘0+3’ boarding and medical surveillance arrangements will apply. Please refer to the Government's official press releases and our concise guide for more information.

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Fully vaccinated
1. Preparation before departure

Before travelling to Hong Kong, non-Hong Kong residents aged 12 or above are required to be fully vaccinated and hold a recognised vaccination record (except for travellers from Mainland China, Macao and Taiwan). You are required to show proof of a negative rapid antigen test (RAT) for Covid-19 taken within 24 hours before departure. Remember to submit the online Health & Quarantine Information Declaration prior to entering Hong Kong.

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2. Test-and-go on arrival at Hong Kong airport

Upon arrival, you are subject to a ‘test-and-go’ arrangement that involves taking a PCR test at the Hong Kong airport (except for travellers from Mainland China and Macao). You can then leave the airport by public or self-arranged transportation and wait for the test result at home or at your hotel.

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3. Medical surveillance for 3 days in Hong Kong

After arriving in Hong Kong, you will have to undergo a 3-day medical surveillance (except for travellers from Mainland China and Macao). Please install the ‘LeaveHomeSafe’ mobile app and use it before entering any premises — during this period, you will receive an Amber Code on the app, which restricts you from entering high-risk premises such as restaurants and bars.

During the first week of arrival, you are required to perform a RAT daily and PCR tests on Days 2, 4 and 6.

Passengers transferring or transiting in Hong Kong (without passing through immigration control) are not required to follow the above measures. Visit the website of the Hong Kong International Airport for more details.

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