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Chief Executive John Lee (Screenshot from news.gov.hk)

HK-Mainland travel fully resumes

Given the resumption, the quota for cross-boundary travellers has been scrapped.

Normal travel from Hong Kong to Mainland fully resumed on 6 February.

This means that people travelling between Hong Kong and the Mainland will no longer be required to undergo rapid antigen tests (RAT).

The government also lifted the vaccination requirement for inbound travellers.

Visitors from places other than the Mainland or Macau, however, will still need to obtain a negative RAT result before departing for Hong Kong.

“The RAT requirement is only applicable to people (who) return to Hong Kong or come to Hong Kong (from overseas for a) visit.” Chief Executive John Lee said.

“We require a RAT to ensure that any risk from overseas can be monitored and controlled. This is really for the benefit of controlling the spread of (COVID-19) disease. It is really for ensuring that the public’s health is protected. It is for the people’s overall good,” he added.

Meanwhile, the government has also scrapped the quota system for cross-boundary travellers to support the full resumption.

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