Started from 26 September 2022, arrivals to Hong Kong NO longer needed to isolate in a designated quarantine in a hotel. Instead, inbound travellers can choose to undergo 3 days of medical surveillance at home or at a hotel. During the medical surveillance, they can leave home, but restricted to visit premises like eat-in in restaurants. And travellers subject to take the PRC test in the community centres.
What is the details of the 0+3 Policy?
The New 0+3 Policy applies to arrival from overseas or Taiwan. The details of inbound control measures as below:
- Self RAT test – 24 hours before prior to the scheduled time of departure.
- Obtain a Green Code via compete the Online Health & Quarantine Information Declaration of the Department of Health in advance.
Arrangement upon Arrival
To register for undergoing a nucleic acid test by scanning the health declaration QR code. Then, the system will issue medical surveillance notices, vaccination records and Provisional Vaccine Pass QR amber codes electronically.
Amber Code Restriction
Amber Code restrictions means visitors are not allowed to enter high-risk premises involving mask-off or group activities. For example, bars and restaurants. Travellers can conduct daily essential activities of lower risks, such as taking public transport, going to work, entering supermarkets and shopping malls, etc.
PCR Testing Arrangements
- Day 0: On arrival Nucleic Acid Test at the airport;
- Day 2, Day 4 and Day 6: Arrivals undergo nucleic acid test at a community testing centre; and
- During medical surveillance and self-monitoring periods, arrivals are subject to daily RAT until Day 7 of arrival at Hong Kong.
For further information, please contact us.
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