[COVID19] What to know before returning to Hong Kong for quarantine [Update: 30/11/2020]

已更新:2020年12月3日


1. What Quarantine measures should I take?

Back to Hong Kong from the Mainland China 👉👉👉 Return2hk Scheme (click here to learn more)

Return to Hong Kong from other places 👉👉👉Compulsory health quarantine arrangement

2. Details of Compulsory quarantine:

👉A confirmation letter in Chinese or English for booking a 14-day stay at a Hong Kong hotel must be provided to the HK Immigration

👉Staying hotel for not less than 14 days, the arrival date is regarded as the first day, please click here for hotel discounts

👉Compulsory quarantine at the hotel (no going out)

If you travel to Hong Kong from the following regions, additional documents are required: click here for documents

Very high risk areas (ie Bangladesh, Belgium, Ecuador, Ethiopia, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Kazakhstan, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, Russia, South Africa, Turkey, United Kingdom and United States )

👉A test report in English or Chinese issued by a laboratory or healthcare institution bearing the name of the relevant traveller identical to that in his or her valid travel document to show that:

  1. the relevant traveller underwent a nucleic acid test for COVID-19, the sample for which was taken from the relevant traveller within 72 hours before the scheduled time of departure of the specified aircraft;

  2. the test conducted on the sample is a nucleic acid test for COVID-19; and

  3. the result of the test is the relevant traveller was tested negative for COVID-19; and

👉If the relevant report is not in English or Chinese or does not contain all of the above information, a written confirmation in English or Chinese issued by the laboratory or healthcare institution bearing the name of the relevant traveller identical to that in his or her valid travel document and setting out all of the above information. The said written confirmation should be presented together with the test report; and;


👉Documentary proof in English or Chinese to show that the laboratory or healthcare institution is ISO 15189 accredited or is recognised or approved by the relevant authority of the government of the place in which the laboratory or healthcare institution is located; and

3. Upon entry...

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