Arrangements for inbound Persons- Frequently Asked Questions

  1. What are the current arrival arrangements for inbound persons?
    Please refer to this webpage.

  2. I am not vaccinated. Can I come to Hong Kong?
    The Government has lifted the vaccination requirement for all inbound persons coming to Hong Kong.

  3. Do I need to undergo any test after arrival?
    All pre-departure and post-arrival testing requirements have been lifted. The health advice of undergoing daily rapid antigen tests (RATs) between the day of arrival and the fifth day after arrival has also been removed. The corresponding electronic COVID-19 Monitoring & Surveillance System for voluntarily reporting RAT results and health status has also ceased operation.

  4. What will happen to symptomatic inbound persons?
    All inbound persons must pass temperature checks upon arrival. Those found with symptoms will be referred to the Department of Health for further handling (such as transferring to public hospital for further management).

  5. What is the health advice for travellers?
    Maintain strict personal and environmental hygiene at all times for personal protection against infection and prevention of the spread of the disease in the community.

    Meanwhile, outbound travellers should take heed of the health advice below:

    Complete COVID-19 vaccination before travel according to the latest recommendations to effectively protect against COVID-19 disease (For details on COVID-19 vaccination, please refer to thematic website for COVID-19 Vaccination Programme:;

    Maintain strict personal and hand hygiene at all times when taking public transport or staying in crowded places; and

    If feeling unwell when outside Hong Kong, especially if experiencing respiratory symptoms, wear a well-fitted surgical mask and seek medical advice at once.

  6. Where can I obtain more information?
    Please visit the COVID-19 thematic website, designated page on inbound travel, the Centre for Health Protection webpage and the Facebook fan page of the Centre for Health Protection regularly for further information and updates.