Latest Travel Advisories to Hong Kong

From 12 August, inbound travellers from overseas places or Taiwan are subject to compulsory quarantine in a designated quarantine hotel for 3 days, followed by medical surveillance for 4 days. Please click here for more information.

 

Follow the links below for information and advice about coronavirus and health tips.

COVID-19 webpage:
https://www.coronavirus.gov.hk/eng/index.html

Prevention & Health Advice for COVID-19:
https://www.chp.gov.hk/en/healthtopics/content/24/102466.html

 

To plan your next trip to Hong Kong:

Be fully vaccinated

Before travelling to Hong Kong, travellers are reminded to be fully vaccinated and must hold a recognised vaccination record.

Click ‘See more’ for the ‘List of Places of Issuance of Recognised Vaccination Records'.

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Before departure

An online Health & Quarantine Information Declaration, a negative pre-departure nucleic acid test within 48 hours and the 3-night booking confirmation of a designated quarantine hotel are required.

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Hotel quarantine for 3 nights after arrival

Upon arrival, Travellers are subject to a ‘test-and-hold’ arrangement (comprising a PCR test and a rapid antigen test) at the airport and undergo compulsory quarantine in a designated quarantine hotels for 3 nights. Daily rapid antigen test(RATs) and PCR tests on arrival day(day 0) & 2 are required.

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Medical surveillance for 4 nights with the LeaveHomeSafe app

After hotel quarantine, travellers will undergo 4-day medical surveillance. Before entering any premises, you are required to use “LeaveHomeSafe” mobile application and your Amber Code restricted your entering to high-risk premises such as restaurants, bars, etc. Daily rapid antigen test (RATs) and PCR tests on Day 4 & 6 are required.

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Anti-epidemic Hygiene Measures Certification Scheme

The Hong Kong Tourism Board (HKTB) has launched the Anti-epidemic Hygiene Measures Certification Scheme in partnership with the Hong Kong Quality Assurance Agency (HKQAA). The scheme aims to raise awareness of epidemic prevention and provide unified guidelines on hygiene measures for venues, shopping malls, restaurants, retail outlets, hotels, attractions, inbound tour operators and other tourism-related sectors. Check out the list of certified organisations.