Hong Kong foreign tourist ban to be lifted

Sunday, 24 Apr, 2022 0

Hong Kong is finally lifting its foreign tourist i ban for the first time in over two years. Hong Kong said it would allow visitors from May 1, easing some of the world’ strictest border controls.

The surprise move came after certain venues like gyms, cinemas and theme parks were allowed to reopen. Mandatory hotel quarantine is one week, and was previously 21 days as part of its ongoing zero-Covid policy.

The city welcomed about 56 million visitors a year before the pandemic.

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