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HK extends mandatory quarantine for visitors from Macau and mainland China to 7 August
Published on: 2020-07-01
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HK BOARDER 01Hong Kong has extended its mandatory 14-day quarantine measures for visitors from Macau and mainland China to 7 August.

The Hong Kong government has extended to August 7 its deadline for the end of a 14-day quarantine rule for arrivals from Macau, mainland China and Taiwan. The previous deadline was July 7.

The Hong Kong authorities said however that they were “working closely” with their counterparts in Macau and the neighbouring Guangdong province in mainland China, on a mutual recognition system of Covid-19 test results and mutual exemption from compulsory quarantine arrangements.

Although the respective boundaries between mainland China and Macau and between Macau and Hong Kong remain open for travel, a raft of restrictions – including a 14-day quarantine requirement in Zhuhai for most mainland residents wishing to visit Macau and then return via Zhuhai; and a 14-day quarantine in each direction for travel between Macau and Hong Kong.

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