• 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 click here for more information or download our concise guide.

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Latest travel advisories and hygiene measures for Hong Kong

We have enhanced precautionary measures given the latest COVID-19 situation. Before your visit, please make yourself aware of the following measures:

1. Boarding and Medical surveillance for inbound travellers

From 26 September 2022, inbound travellers from overseas places or Taiwan arriving at Hong Kong International Airport will no longer be required to undergo 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.

For inbound travellers from Mainland China and Macao, the Return2hk Scheme and Come2hk Scheme will be extended to cover all places in the Mainland and Macao with no quota restriction. Advanced application and nucleic acid test before arrival at Hong Kong are also not required. However, they will still need to undergo nucleic acid test on Day 2 and be subject to self-monitoring in the three days after arrival at Hong Kong.

Passengers transferring or transiting in Hong Kong (without passing through immigration control) are not required to present proof of a pre-departure nucleic acid test and follow the quarantine measures stated above. Visit the website of the Hong Kong International Airport for more details.

For more information, please see the Hong Kong Government’s website and our traveller essentials section.

2. Immigration control points for passengers

Currently, three immigration control points — Hong Kong International Airportthe Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge Hong Kong Port and the Shenzhen Bay Port — are providing regular services with adjusted public transport arrangements. 

3. Regulations on gatherings and wearing masks

To maintain social distancing, group gatherings in public places of more than four people are prohibited. The wearing of masks is mandatory in most public places including public transport, except for country parks or while exercising.

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4. Regulations on restaurants and bars 

Catering businesses selling or supplying food or drink for consumption on the premises of the business are open from 5am to 11:59pm. The maximum number of persons per table for catering premises is eight.

Bars and pubs are open from 5am to 1:59am of the subsequent day with a maximum number of four persons per table. All patrons of bars, pubs, and the bar or pub zone in catering premises are required to present proof of a negative RAT result obtained within 24 hours before entering these premises.

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Any person who enters these premises is required to use the 'LeaveHomeSafe' mobile application and comply with the relevant requirements under the 'vaccine pass'. For more details, please click here.

5. Changes to scheduled events

Some events may be postponed or cancelled. Please check with event organisers for more information.

6. Medical arrangements and health advice

Travellers who produce a positive test result during their stay in Hong Kong will be admitted to a public hospital by the city’s Department of Health for isolation and treatment; close contacts of the confirmed cases will be sent to a quarantine centre.

For travel health advice on preventing pneumonia and respiratory tract infection, please visit the Department of Health’s website. Should visitors need assistance, please speak to us via Visitor Hotline: +852 2508 1234 or webchat (9am to 6pm daily).

LeaveHomeSafe app

LeaveHomeSafe app

Feel at ease when travelling in Hong Kong with this app! It offers four functions, including ‘record your visits’, ‘report confirmed positive or preliminary positive’, ‘receive exposure notification’ and ‘electronic vaccination and testing record’. Click here to find out more details about this app.

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