This article was originally published on January 6, 2022, and was updated on February 14, 2023, to reflect additional information.
February 15, 2023, Update: The authorities of Hong Kong will no longer require travelers from China and Macau to provide proof of a negative rapid antigen test or proof of vaccination. The authorities also lifted daily entry quotas.
Original Post From February 3, 2022:
- Additional quarantine and testing requirements for travelers arriving from Mainland China and Macau beginning January 18, 2022
- Additional quarantine and testing requirements for Hong Kong residents and fully vaccinated foreign nationals arriving from Taiwan beginning February 5, 2022
The authorities of Hong Kong adjusted the testing and quarantine requirements for travelers arriving from Mainland China, Macau, and Taiwan.
Beginning January 18, 2022, all travelers who have been in Mainland China or Macau within the last 14 days must undergo COVID-19 testing on the third, fifth, and 12th days after arrival in Hong Kong. On day 12 must be administered at a Community Testing Center (CTC).
Beginning February 5, 2022, Hong Kong residents and fully vaccinated foreign nationals who have been in Taiwan within the last 14 days before arrival in Hong Kong must undergo a 14-day quarantine at a designated quarantine hotel. COVID-19 testing must be completed for the initial six days of quarantine, followed by seven days of self-monitoring.
What are the Changes?
The authorities of Hong Kong have added additional testing and quarantine requirements for travelers who have been in Mainland China, Macau, or Taiwan within the past 14 days before entry. The authorities of Hong Kong introduced these additional measures to reduce the transmission of COVID-19.
Continue to check the authorities of Hong Kong’s website for the latest updates and information.
Source: The Authorities of Hong Kong