HONG KONG WILL REMOVE A BAN ON FLIGHTS FROM APRIL 1

HONG KONG WILL REMOVE THE BAN ON FLIGHTS FROM APRIL 1

Hong Kong has planned to remove the ban on flights from nine countries including India from April 1. This lifted ban on the flights are from Australia, Britain, Canada, France, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines and the United States. However, travelers who are non-residents are not allowed to enter Hong Kong except those arriving from mainland China, Macau and Taiwan.

Hong Kong also plans to relax some anti-COVID-19 measure s. Currently arrivals have to stay for 14 days quarantine. But now, quarantine for Hong Kong residents arriving into the city could be cut to seven days from 14 if they are vaccinated or tested negative.

HONG KONG WILL REMOVE A BAN ON FLIGHTS FROM APRIL 1

Beginning April 21, restaurants may stay open after 6:00 p.m. for dine-in services, while public gatherings would be capped at four people, up from the current two.

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