Airport Authority Hong Kong (AAHK) has welcomed the Government’s adjustment of quarantine arrangement for inbound passengers.
From Friday, passengers arriving in Hong Kong will have to stay at designated quarantine hotels for just three days.
They will then undergo a further four days of “medical surveillance” either at home or at any hotel.
Currently, overseas arrivals have to quarantine for seven days at designated hotels.
AAHK believes the adjustment will be conducive to the recovery of air traffic and has been working closely with the airport community to prepare for the expected increase of flights and passengers.
AAHK will continue to facilitate the preventive and quarantine measures implemented by the Government at Hong Kong International Airport.