Hong Kong to cut down on Covid tests for new arrivals

From November 21, inbound travellers to Hong Kong will only be required to undergo the polymerase chain reaction (PCR) tests on the first and third day after arrival.

The change of policy means the total number of PCR tests for travellers will be halved from four. However, they are still required to take daily rapid antigen tests for seven days.

Hong Kong to reduce PCR tests for inbound travellers from four to two

Currently, travellers are asked to undergo a PCR test at the airport on arrival, as well as on the second, fourth and sixth day.

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