In a major boost to the tourism and aviation industry, the Hong Kong Government has scrapped all the COVID-19 pandemic restrictions for arrivals into the city who test negative. Compulsory PCR tests are also scrapped for international passengers. John Lee Ka-Chiu, Chief Executive, Executive Council said: “The decisions were based on data and risks. The infection risk from imported cases is lower than the risk from local infections. We believe that the lifting [of the measures] will not increase the risk of local outbreaks.” Currently, travellers arriving in Hong Kong are put under the “0+3” regime under which they are

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