Hong Kong is removing its requirement for hotel quarantine for arriving travelers.

During a press conference, Hong Kong Chief Executive John Lee announced from September 26, inbound travelers will now be subject to a “0+3” arrangement.

Under the new arrangement, arriving travelers will no longer be required to isolate in quarantine hotel. .......

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