Arrangements for Inbound Persons
Inbound Arrangements (Last update: 1 April 2023)
|Inbound persons arriving from the Mainland or Macao||Inbound persons arriving from Taiwan or places outside China|
|All pre-departure and post-arrival quarantine and testing requirements have been removed||All pre-departure and post-arrival quarantine and testing requirements have been removed|
- All inbound persons must pass temperature checks upon arrival. Those found with symptoms will be referred to the Department of Health for further handling.
- No further restrictions upon arrival.
- The Government recommends all inbound persons to conduct daily RATs using self-arranged rapid antigen test (RAT) kits during the period between the day of arrival (i.e. Day 0) and Day 5 after arrival at Hong Kong. 💡 May voluntarily report their RAT results and health status via the Electronic COVID-19 Monitoring & Surveillance System (eCMSS) The day of a person's arrival at Hong Kong is counted with the day of arrival at Hong Kong as Day 0. For example, for a person who arrives at Hong Kong on 1 April 2023, the “ 5th day/Day 5” would be 6 April 2023.
- For other most updated information, please also refer to daily press releases.
Handling Arrangements for Persons Tested Positive After Arrival at Hong Kong
- For persons tested positive after arrival at Hong Kong, please refer to the webpage on Points to Note for Persons who Tested Positive.
Other Points to Note
For persons travelling from Hong Kong to the Mainland (except those aged 3 and below), if they have stayed in Taiwan or overseas places on the day of departing Hong Kong for the Mainland or during the seven days before that day, they will still be required to conduct a nucleic acid test within 48 hours prior to departure (or, if the Guide on Epidemic Prevention and Control Measures for Travellers published by the Chinese Diplomatic and Consular Missions in the relevant places otherwise instructs, rapid antigen test may be conducted as an alternative) and obtain a negative result as per the Mainland’s requirements.
Centre for Health Protection Hotline : 183 0111 (9 am to 8 pm)
Regarding foreign domestic helpers coming to work in Hong Kong, please refer to this webpage.
Please refer to this webpage.
|Fact Sheet for Coronavirus Disease 2019|
|Health Advice on Prevention of Pneumonia and Respiratory Tract Infection|
|Use Mask Properly|
|Keep Clean Be Healthy|
|COVID-19 Vaccination Programme|