While the rest of the world gears up to test arrivals from HK/China/Macau, HK is likely to scrap arrival PCR tests in the next few days...
It is understood that authorities will scrap post-arrival PCR tests in the next few days in order to be in line with China's latest policies.
Lawmaker Kingsley Wong Kwok said experts should further discuss whether to abolish the restrictions.
Currently, inbound travelers are required to take PCR tests upon landing and on the second day of arrival.
It is understood that Hong Kong will adjust the PCR test requirements on arrival before the end of the year to minimize the disparity between overseas and mainland travelers' entry procedures. The announcement will be made once Secretary for Health Lo Chung-mau receives all the scientific data.