Arrangements for inbound Persons- Frequently Asked Questions

Boarding Requirements

    Pre-departure rapid antigen test

  1. Relevant Overseas/Taiwan inbound person are required to conduct a rapid antigen test (RAT) within 24 hours before the scheduled time of departure of the specified aircraft, and declare that the result is negative. How would the 24 hours be counted if an inbound person will transit somewhere before arrival at Hong Kong?

  2. Vaccination requirement

  3. Non-Hong Kong residents aged 12 or above (on the scheduled day of departure) who have stayed in overseas places during the relevant period, are required to fulfil relevant vaccination requirement to board for Hong Kong. I am medically unfit for receiving COVID-19 vaccine, will I be allowed to board for Hong Kong from Overseas places?
  4. What is meant by “fully vaccinated”?
  5. What is accepted as documentary proof of vaccination record?
  6. If the name of the relevant inbound person printed on the vaccination record was not exactly the same as presented in his/her passport (e.g. middle name missing on vaccination record but present on passport), would the record be accepted?
  7. The name on vaccination record does not match with name on HKID/HKSAR passport but matches the name on the inbound person's other travel document (e.g. United States passport). Is this acceptable?
  8. What is an eHealth Declaration QR code? What is a valid QR code?
  9. Inbound persons from overseas places or Taiwan need to submit their health and quarantine information online. Upon submission, a QR code will be generated. What do different colours of the eHealth Declaration QR code mean?
  10. Is a Hong Kong local phone number mandatory for the health declaration submission?
  11. Do I need to present the original paper copy? Can I just present the documents on a mobile device?
  12. Can I send in the required documents for vetting before travelling back to Hong Kong?

General Questions

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

  2. Can I leave Hong Kong during the medical surveillance period?
    There is no departure restriction on persons under medical surveillance.

    However, persons travelling from Hong Kong to the Mainland or Macao are subject to the special testing arrangement to undergo an additional free rapid nucleic acid test prior to their departure via land boundary control points (BCPs) or the airport. Only those who received a negative result can continue with their journeys. To prevent the exportation of cases and to support the nation's anti-epidemic efforts, persons subject to Amber Code restrictions are not allowed to undergo the relevant special nucleic acid test at land BCPs or the airport, meaning that inbound persons from overseas places or Taiwan are not allowed to transit to the Mainland or Macao within the three days upon arrival at Hong Kong.

  3. How to define the period of relevant travel history?
    The relevant travel history is back counted from the reference day as Day 0, then back count for 7 days. i.e. if 26 Sep 2022 is the reference day, then the period of relevant travel history counts from 19 to 26 Sep 2022.

  4. What if a person misreports his travel history?
    The Prevention and Control of Disease (Disclosure of Information) Regulation (Cap. 599D) empowers authorised officers to require any person to provide or disclose information that is relevant to identification and tracing of persons who may be at risk of contracting the disease, such as travel history, places they have visited or people they have come into contact with, etc. in relation to the prevention and control of the spread of diseases. A person commits a criminal offence if he / she fails to comply with the requirement to provide information, or gives to an authorised officer any false or misleading information. The maximum penalty for such offence is a fine of $10,000 and imprisonment for six months. The Centre for Health Protection will, through its hotlines (183 0111), allow members of the public to verify the identity of authorised officers if necessary.
    The personal data obtained for COVID-19 contact tracing will only be used by the Department of Health or relevant department(s) for epidemic prevention purposes, and the arrangements for handling the personal data would be in strict compliance with the Personal Data (Privacy) Ordinance (Cap. 486).

  5. If I transit via Hong Kong without entering Hong Kong, would the inbound control measures be applicable to me?
    Relevant inbound control measures are only applicable to persons who enter Hong Kong. The relevant inbound control requirement does not apply to transit passenger who arrives at the Hong Kong International Airport or enters the waters of Hong Kong solely for the purpose of leaving Hong Kong and, while in Hong Kong, does not pass through immigration control.

  6. Do I need to comply with the respective boarding requirements applicable to Taiwan/overseas places if I just transit at Taiwan/overseas places with layover inside the airport terminal without passing through the immigration control point (i.e. have not entered the specified place)?
    Only inbound persons satisfying all the following conditions during transit, will be regarded as NOT having stayed in Taiwan/overseas places:

    • a person boarded, in a place, a conveyance that, after the person had boarded it, stopped at Taiwan/overseas places; and
    • the person did not leave the conveyance in Taiwan/overseas places; and
    • the person’s journey on that conveyance ended subsequently outside Taiwan/overseas places.

    Therefore, once the inbound person leaves the aircraft during stopover at Taiwan/overseas places, the inbound person will be regarded as having stayed in Taiwan/overseas places, thus the inbound person has to comply with the requirements specified.

Boarding Requirements

    Pre-departure rapid antigen test

  1. Relevant Overseas/Taiwan inbound person are required to conduct a rapid antigen test (RAT) within 24 hours before the scheduled time of departure of the specified aircraft, and declare that the result is negative. How would the 24 hours be counted if an inbound person will transit somewhere before arrival at Hong Kong?
    Relevant Overseas/Taiwan inbound persons (applicable to those aged 3 or above on the scheduled departure day) are required to conduct an RAT (can be self-administered or by professional swab sampling) within 24 hours prior to the scheduled time of departure with a negative result, and declare via the Health Declaration Form. It is not necessary to present relevant test report or photo of the RAT test for boarding.

    Scheduled time of departure makes reference to the flight that arrives at, or is about to arrive at Hong Kong (i.e. the aircraft which is directly landing Hong Kong). Therefore, if an inbound person transits somewhere and then fly to Hong Kong, the 24 hours will be counted from the scheduled time of the departure flight flying to Hong Kong. The boarding requirements are not affected if the flight is delayed or advanced.
  2. Vaccination requirement

  3. Non-Hong Kong residents aged 12 or above (on the scheduled day of departure) who have stayed in overseas places during the relevant period, are required to fulfil relevant vaccination requirement to board for Hong Kong. I am medically unfit for receiving COVID-19 vaccine, will I be allowed to board for Hong Kong from Overseas places?
    Persons fulfilled relevant vaccination boarding requirement include:
    • Persons who are fully vaccinated; or
    • Persons who (i) are unfit for vaccination due to health reasons with relevant proof issued by a medical practitioner; or (ii) have received one dose of recognised COVID-19 vaccine and hold a vaccination record but certified by a medical practitioner that they were unfit to receive the second dose of COVID-19 vaccine because of health reasons after receiving the first dose of vaccine, and board a specified aircraft on or after 14th day after receiving the said first dose of vaccine. The relevant medical certificate must indicate the relevant health reasons in English or Chinese.
    • Condition (ii) includes circumstances in which an unvaccinated person is deemed not fit for a vaccination course by a medical practitioner because he/she has been recently infected with COVID-19 and is certified not suitable to receive the vaccination by the time of boarding with relevant proof issued by the medical practitioner.

  4. What is meant by “fully vaccinated”?
    “Fully Vaccinated” (Note) means the suggested dosage of a COVID-19 vaccination course has been administered at least 14 days prior to the day of departure for Hong Kong.
    For both the Sinovac COVID-19 vaccine (CoronaVac vaccine) and Fosun Pharma/BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine (Comirnaty vaccine), completing the vaccination course involves receiving two doses in general, except for persons previously infected with COVID-19, who are to receive one dose of vaccine.

    For persons aged 12 to 17 (on the scheduled day of departure), they may be deemed to have completed the COVID-19 vaccination course after receiving:
    • If never infected with COVID-19: one dose of Comirnaty vaccine or two doses of CoronaVac;
    • If previously infected with COVID-19: one dose of Comirnaty vaccine or one dose of CoronaVac.

    For individuals who received COVID-19 vaccines in places outside of Hong Kong and have received the required dose(s) as stipulated in the “List of COVID-19 Vaccines Recognised for Specified Purposes” (“listed vaccines”); or for those who received a combination of doses of the listed vaccines, receiving a combined number of doses of the listed vaccines equivalent to the recommended number of dose(s) of one of the listed vaccines received, whichever is the higher number of recommended number of dose(s) (except for those who have received at least one dose of a listed vaccine of which the recommended number of dosage is “1”), they will also be regarded to have completed the vaccination course of the relevant COVID-19 vaccine, subject to the vaccine used being a listed vaccine.

    Examples of combinations:
    First dose Second dose Regarded as “fully vaccinated”?
    Comirnaty CoronaVac Yes
    (The required number of doses of both Comirnaty and CoronaVac are 2. So long the combined number of doses is 2, it fulfills the “fully vaccinated” definition.)
    AstraZeneca COVID-19 Vaccine Comirnaty Yes
    (The required number of doses of both AstraZeneca vaccine and Comirnaty are 2. As the combined number of doses is 2, it fulfills the “fully vaccinated” definition.)
    ZF2001 (manufactured by Anhui Zhifei Longcom Biopharmaceutical) Comirnaty No
    (A complete course of ZF2001 requires 3 doses. To be regarded as fully vaccinated, the person has to receive one more dose of ZF2001 or other vaccine of which the recommended number of dosage is 2, e.g. Covovax, Nuvaxovid, CoronaVac, Comirnaty etc.)
    Janssen COVID-19 Vaccine Comirnaty Yes
    (The required number of dosage of Janssen COVID-19 vaccine is 1. 1 dose of Janssen vaccination already fulfills the definition of “fully vaccinated”.)
    Nuvaxovid Nil and infected with COVID-19 Yes
    (Persons previously infected with COVID-19 need to receive one dose of vaccine (any kind of vaccine disregard of the recommended doses) to be considered as fully vaccinated. Inbound person should prepare documentary proof of infection.)

    Click here for the “List of COVID-19 Vaccines Recognised for Specified Purposes”

    The 14th day after a person has completed a COVID-19 vaccination course is counted by taking the next day after the person received all of the recommended dose(s) of COVID-19 vaccine as the 1st day. For example, for a person who has not been infected with COVID-19 previously and received the last recommended dose of COVID-19 vaccine on 1 April 2022, the “1st day” would be 2 April 2022 and the “14th day” would be 15 April 2022.

  5. What is accepted as documentary proof of vaccination record?
    The inbound person should provide the following documentary proof of vaccination:-
    The vaccination record or certification in Chinese or English issued by Hong Kong or by relevant authorities or recognised institutions of the places where the vaccines were administered, bearing the name of the inbound person matching that in his/her valid travel document to show that:-
    • the relevant vaccinated inbound person received dose(s) of COVID-19 vaccine and the date on which the last dose was administered; and
    • the name of the vaccine administered or the name of the marketing authorisation holder or manufacturer of the vaccine; and

    if the vaccination record is not in English or Chinese or does not contain all of the above information, a written confirmation in English or Chinese issued by relevant authorities or recognised institutions, bearing the name of the relevant vaccinated inbound person matching that in his/her valid travel document and setting out all of the above information. The said written confirmation should be presented together with the vaccination record.

    Starting from 12 August 2022, the arrangement of “recognised vaccination records” is no longer in force. Relevant persons arriving at Hong Kong are only required to present vaccination record meeting the above requirements.

    Any form of vaccination record is accepted as long as all required information has been included. The vaccination record may be handwritten, printed or in the form of an electronic health record.

  6. If the name of the relevant inbound person printed on the vaccination record was not exactly the same as presented in his/her passport (e.g. middle name missing on vaccination record but present on passport), would the record be accepted?
    The name of the relevant inbound person born on the vaccination record is considered to match that in the relevant inbound person’s valid travel document, where:—

    • the first name and the family name born on the vaccination record match the first name and the family name born on the relevant inbound person’s valid travel document;
    • one or more of the given name(s), together with the family name, born on the vaccination record match the one or more of the given name(s) and family name born on the relevant inbound person’s valid travel document;
    • the initial(s) of one or more of the given name(s) born on the vaccination record match the first letter of the given name(s) born on the relevant inbound person’s valid travel document, in the order of the given name(s) born on the relevant inbound person’s valid travel document, and where one or more of the given name(s) together the family name born on the vaccination record match one or more of the given name and the family name of the relevant inbound person’s valid travel document;
    • the maiden name of the relevant inbound person is born on either the vaccination record or the relevant inbound person’s valid travel document, and the maiden name matches one of the given name(s) born on relevant inbound person’s valid travel document or the vaccination record, respectively, and where the other given names and family name on the vaccination record and the relevant inbound person’s valid travel document otherwise match (including as set out in (b) or (c) above);
    • a part of the given name and the family name born on the vaccination record match the corresponding parts of the name born on the relevant inbound person’s valid travel document, and the date of birth or travel document number born on the vaccination record is identical to the date of birth or travel document number born on the relevant inbound person’s valid travel document; or
    • the relevant inbound person provides documentary proof of a statutory declaration that the name born on the vaccination record is the name of the relevant inbound person.
  7. The name on vaccination record does not match with name on HKID/HKSAR passport but matches the name on the inbound person's other travel document (e.g. United States passport). Is this acceptable?
    The name of the relevant inbound person born on the vaccination record is considered to match that in the relevant inbound person’s valid travel document, where:—

    • the first name and the family name born on the vaccination record match the first name and the family name born on the relevant inbound person’s valid travel document;
    • one or more of the given name(s), together with the family name, born on the vaccination record match the one or more of the given name(s) and family name born on the relevant inbound person’s valid travel document;
    • the initial(s) of one or more of the given name(s) born on the vaccination record match the first letter of the given name(s) born on the relevant inbound person’s valid travel document, in the order of the given name(s) born on the relevant inbound person’s valid travel document, and where one or more of the given name(s) together the family name born on the vaccination record match one or more of the given name and the family name of the relevant inbound person’s valid travel document;
    • the maiden name of the relevant inbound person is born on either the vaccination record or the relevant inbound person’s valid travel document, and the maiden name matches one of the given name(s) born on relevant inbound person’s valid travel document or the vaccination record, respectively, and where the other given names and family name on the vaccination record and the relevant inbound person’s valid travel document otherwise match (including as set out in (b) or (c) above);
    • a part of the given name and the family name born on the vaccination record match the corresponding parts of the name born on the relevant inbound person’s valid travel document, and the date of birth or travel document number born on the vaccination record is identical to the date of birth or travel document number born on the relevant inbound person’s valid travel document; or
    • the relevant inbound person provides documentary proof of a statutory declaration that the name born on the vaccination record is the name of the relevant inbound person.

    The kind of travel document is not specified here, thus any valid travel document(s) that the relevant inbound persons presented with name identical to the one shown on the documentary proof will be regarded acceptable. A vaccination record with name that is identical to the name printed on passports issued by other countries/places is also acceptable.

    For details of other boarding requirements, please refer to “Inbound Travel” page.
  8. Health Declaration

  9. What is an eHealth Declaration QR code? What is a valid QR code?
    All inbound persons are required to complete the online Health & Quarantine Information Declaration of the Department of Health (DH) ( www.chp.gov.hk/hdf/ ).

    Inbound persons arriving from overseas places or Taiwan are required to conduct a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) with a negative result within 24 hours prior to the scheduled time of departure of the flight to Hong Kong. These persons are advised to complete the online Health Declaration Form after they have obtained the negative RAT result. After submitting the declaration and upon confirmation of boarding requirements being met, the system will generate a green Health Declaration QR code. Please save the health declaration QR code after completion of the declaration (which can be a downloadable version of the QR code, a screen shot or a printout) and present at check-in for verification by airlines for boarding.

    Please also show the health declaration QR code to the border control point staff upon arriving at Hong Kong. For arrival via Hong Kong International Airport, the QR code is valid for 96 hours; for arrival via land control points, the QR code is valid for 24 hours.

    A valid eHealth Declaration QR code means the name shown on the QR code must match the name of the inbound persons in his/her valid travel document and the validity period of the QR code has not expired.

  10. Inbound persons from overseas places or Taiwan need to submit their health and quarantine information online. Upon submission, a QR code will be generated. What do different colours of the eHealth Declaration QR code mean?
    For relevant overseas or Taiwan inbound persons, if their vaccination declaration and testing declaration fulfill boarding requirements, they will be issued a green health declaration QR code. Persons holding a green health declaration QR code will not be required to further verify vaccination records and rapid antigen test results at check-in for their flights. Upon arrival at Hong Kong and after completion of specimen collection, they can proceed with immigration and customs clearance as well as baggage collection, and leave the airport by self-arranged transport, including taking public transport.

    For relevant non-Hong Kong residents who have stayed in overseas places, a red health declaration QR code will be issued if the inbound person does not fulfill the vaccination requirement or the criteria of being exceptionally allowed to board. Besides, red health declaration QR code will be issued if relevant overseas/Taiwan inbound persons do not comply with testing requirement. He or she will be denied boarding.

    Other QR code colours may be generated for persons with different situations.

  11. Is a Hong Kong local phone number mandatory for the health declaration submission?
    Providing a Hong Kong local phone number can ensure that relevant government staff can contact you when necessary. However, if you are not able to provide a Hong Kong local phone number, so long you can be reached by the phone number (be it an overseas number), it will be acceptable.

  12. Miscellaneous

  13. Do I need to present the original paper copy? Can I just present the documents on a mobile device?
    Documents in paper or electronic format are equally acceptable but you are highly recommended to print out the documents as backup in case of running any technical problems when opening the files on the mobile device.

  14. Can I send in the required documents for vetting before travelling back to Hong Kong?
    No pre-arrival vetting of documents would be done by the Department of Health for individuals who intend to enter Hong Kong. Relevant documents shall be provided to the operator of the aircraft for checking before boarding. The operator of the specified aircraft should notify the Department of Health before the specified aircraft arrives at Hong Kong confirming that each relevant inbound person has, before being checked-in for the flight to Hong Kong on that aircraft, produced for boarding on the aircraft the documentary proof to show that the above conditions are met.

Arrangement for COVID-19 viral test

  1. 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).

  2. What is the arrangement for “Test and Go”?
    Inbound persons from overseas places or Taiwan (aged 3 or above) arriving Hong Kong via the Hong Kong International Airport are required to undergo COVID-19 testing immediately upon arrival. They are not required to wait for the test result and can leave the airport by self-arranged transport. If their test results are positive, the handling arrangements for relevant persons will be aligned with that for local cases, and their Vaccine Pass will be switched to Red Code.

  3. What will happen if the test result is positive?
    The handling arrangements for inbound persons tested positive by arrival or specified test will be aligned with that for local cases, and their Vaccine Pass will be switched to Red Code. Relevant persons should provide information to the Centre for Health Protection through the online platforms (for nucleic acid tests or RATs). For further details, please refer to the webpage on Points to Note for Persons who Tested Positive. If the household environment is not suitable for isolation or the original hotel is not available for on-site isolation, inbound persons tested positive would be sent to Community Isolation Facility (e.g. Penny's Bay Community Isolation Facility).

    List of hotels and guest houses which accept guests infected with COVID-19 for in-situ isolation

  4. What will happen if I did not perform the compulsory COVID-19 nucleic acid tests on the specified dates?
    Pursuant to the Prevention and Control of Disease (Compulsory Testing for Certain Persons) Regulation (Cap. 599J), the Government published in the Gazette a compulsory testing notice, requiring relevant inbound persons to undergo COVID-19 test(s) on specified day(s) after arrival.

    Any person who fails to comply with the testing notice commits an offence and may be fined a fixed penalty of $10,000. The person would also be issued with a compulsory testing order requiring him/her to undergo testing within a specified time frame. Failure to comply with the order is an offence and the offender would be liable to a fine at level 5 ($50,000) and imprisonment for six months.

    Please refer to relevant instructions and this webpage for details: https://www.coronavirus.gov.hk/eng/inbound-travel.html

  5. If I leave Hong Kong during the medical surveillance or self-monitoring period, will I need to complete the compulsory testing(s)?
    During the medical surveillance or self-monitoring period, you must undergo testing(s) per relevant instructions if you are in Hong Kong on the specified day(s) for compulsory testing.

  6. Could my child be exempted from the PCR testing in Hong Kong International Airport (HKIA) for inbound persons?
    Inbound persons aged three years old or above from overseas places or Taiwan are required to undergo COVID-19 testing at the Hong Kong International Airport.

  7. To comply with the requirement of undergoing Rapid Antigen Test (RAT), do I need to use specified models or brands of RAT kits?
    The Government does not require relevant inbound persons to use specified models or brands of RAT kits. They may make use of COVID-19 RAT kits of their own or as acquired from the retail market. For how to choose RAT kits or how to perform an RAT, please refer to this webpage.

Medical Surveillance

  1. What are the requirements for Vaccine Pass Amber Code during the medical surveillance period?
    Relevant persons are subject to Amber Code restrictions under Vaccine Pass during the medical surveillance period. They are required to install the “LeaveHomeSafe” mobile app with a version of 3.4.0 or above if they have a smartphone and save their own Vaccine Pass in the mobile app. If the mobile app has stored more than one Vaccine Pass, they should ensure that all records contain identical personal information, including the name and number of the identity document. At the same time, they should also ensure that the same personal information is used for registration of nucleic acid test during the medical surveillance period. In addition, relevant persons should regularly connect their mobile phone to the internet in order to allow the “LeaveHomeSafe” mobile app to check their Vaccine Pass status and update its QR code.
    Under Amber Code restrictions, except for staff members involved in the operation of the relevant premises, relevant persons shall not enter catering business premises and scheduled premises which are regulated under the Prevention and Control of Disease (Requirements and Directions) (Business and Premises) Regulation (Cap. 599F) and subject to active checking of Vaccine Pass.

    Furthermore, persons subject to Amber Code restrictions are not allowed to undergo the relevant special nucleic acid test for outbound travellers to Mainland or Macao at land boundary control points or the airport, meaning that inbound persons from overseas places or Taiwan are not allowed to transit to the Mainland or Macao within the three days upon arrival at Hong Kong.

    Please refer to https://www.coronavirus.gov.hk/eng/vaccine-pass.html for details of Vaccine Pass Amber Code requirements.

  2. How to report breaches of the law under the Prevention and Control of Disease Ordinance?
    The Government appeals to the public to make use of the "e-Report Centre" online platform to report suspected cases of breaching the law under the Prevention and Control of Disease Ordinance. Members of the public may also report suspected breaches of Prevention and Control of Disease Ordinance through report rooms of police stations or call 1823.

Other Questions

  1. What is the testing and inbound control arrangement for exempted persons?
    Please refer to Testing and self-isolation arrangement for air crew, sea crew and other exempted persons - Frequently Asked Questions.

  2. What is the health advice for inbound persons before they come to Hong Kong?
    If feeling unwell, especially if experiencing a fever or cough, wear a surgical mask, inform the hotel staff or tour escort (if applicable) and seek medical advice at once. Do not travel.

    To maintain at all times strict personal hygiene is key to protection:
    • Wear a surgical mask when taking public transport or staying in crowded places. It is important to wear a mask properly, including hand hygiene before wearing and after removing a mask
    • Perform hand hygiene frequently; especially before touching mouth, nose and eyes
    • Cover your mouth and nose with tissue paper when sneezing or coughing. Dispose of the soiled tissues into a lidded rubbish bin, and then wash hands thoroughly
    • Wash hands with liquid soap and water, and rub for at least 20 seconds. Then rinse with water and dry with a disposable paper towel. If hand washing facilities are not available, or when hands are not visibly soiled, performing hand hygiene with 70-80% alcohol-based handrub is an effective alternative

    Inbound persons are also advised of the following preventive measures:
    • Avoid close contact with persons with fever or respiratory symptoms. If it is unavoidable to come into contact with them, put on a surgical mask
    • Avoid visiting hospitals. If it is necessary to visit a hospital, put on a surgical mask and observe strict personal and hand hygiene
    • Avoid touching animals (including game), poultry/birds or their droppings
    • Avoid visiting wet markets, live poultry markets or farms
    • Avoid making close contact with patients, especially those with symptoms of acute respiratory infections
    • Do not consume game meat and do not patronise food premises where game meat is served.
    • Adhere to food safety and hygiene rules
    • Go out less and reduce social activities such as meals gatherings or other gatherings, and maintain appropriate social distance with other people as far as possible

  3. What are the Points to Note regarding the Self-monitoring period for inbound persons?
    Please refer to this infographic.

  4. Do I need to wear electronic wristband if I am tested positive and the Department of Health allows me to undergo isolation in the hotel or at home?
    Yes. Confirmed cases not admitted into community isolation facilities or community isolation hotels are required to wear electronic wristbands.

  5. What should I do if I have questions on the electronic wristband or the “StayHomeSafe” Mobile App?
    You can contact Office of the Government Chief Information Officer (OGCIO). Please call the hotline 5394 3150 or send email to shs@ogcio.gov.hk or send your name to 5394 3388 via SMS message. For details, please visit the designated page on “StayHomeSafe” Mobile App User Guide.

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