While Hong Kong has resumed limited international transit services at its airport, the city's government has extended the ban on foreign visitor arrivals through late September.

Hong Kong's Health Secretary Sophia Chan announced the ban on visitor arrivals – introduced on March 23 and extended several times after – will now remain in place until September 18.

While non-Hong Kong residents will be banned from entering the city, Hong Kong SAR citizens and permanent residents will be allowed to enter along with travelers from Mainland China and Taiwan.

Travelers legally allowed to enter  Hong Kong will undergo COVID-19 testing at the AsiaWorld Expo – located on Chek Lap Kok island along with the airport - before a 14-day quarantine period.


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