World COVID-19: Hong Kong reduces the duration of the forties for travelers from abroad
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from Friday August 12, they will have to spend three nights in one of the quarantine hotels designated by the government, then Respect four days of self-surveillance.
Hong Kong will reduce the quarantine compulsory in a hotel for travelers arriving from abroad, the chief of the city executive, John Lee on Monday August 8. From Friday August 12, they will have to spend three nights in one of the quarantine hotels designated by the government, before monitoring their health at home or in a hotel of their choice for four days, it was He specifies. The duration of the forty imposed was so far a week.
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"We hope to maintain the primordial activities and competitiveness of Hong Kong, and give society an economic vitality and the best momentum for its development," said John Lee. Formerly Asian Carrefour in terms of transport and logistics, Hong Kong has been cut off from the world for more than two years due to an online draconian health policy with the "zero-covid" strategy of China. Applying, the city so far demanded travelers from abroad that they respect around forty days at the hotel, punctuated by several screenings.
In addition to these new quarantine rules, Hong Kong will set up a health QR code system similar to the tracing application set up by the Beijing government. With this system, an infected person will receive a red code preventing him from leaving his isolation. People arriving from abroad will have a yellow code after their three days at the hotel and access to certain places such as restaurants, bars and cinemas will be prohibited during the four days of self-surveillance.
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