Hong Kong scraps Covid 19 quarantine in watershed move 

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Hong Kong scraps Covid 19 quarantine in watershed move 

Hong Kong will scrap its mandatory hotel quarantine next week, its government said today (23 September), in a watershed moment for the international financial centre after two years of highly restrictive Covid measures. Visitors will still need to take a rapid antigen test before flying under the new rules, which come into effect on Monday 26 September.  Hong Kong currently has a three-day hotel quarantine for arrivals who are then required to undergo four subsequent days of restriction...

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