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Travelling to HK
Updated date: 3rd January 2023
The Government announced that starting from December 29, 2022, the new arrangements for travellers entering into Hong Kong will be effective.
The Standardised Requirements
For inbound travellers, regardless of being from Mainland China, Macao, Taiwan or overseas places, the requirements are the same.
Before your departure to Hong Kong, you need to conduct a rapid antigen test (RAT) within 24 hours, or undergo a polymerase chain reaction-based nucleic acid test within 48 hours, prior to the scheduled time of flight departure (for those entering via Hong Kong airport) or the scheduled time of arrival at Hong Kong (for those entering via other boundary control points), and obtain a NEGATIVE result for entering Hong Kong. Upon receiving the test results, you should keep the photos showing the test results or the test report for 90 days for presentation for checking on request by Government personnel.
Upon arrival at Hong Kong, you can enter the city freely without PCR test.
The Government continues to advise all inbound travellers to conduct daily RATs using self-arranged RAT kits during the period between the day of your arrival (i.e. Day 0 and Day 5) after arrival at Hong Kong.
The Handling Arrangements for Persons Tested Positive will be Aligned with that for Local Cases
To provide information to the Centre for Health Protection through the online platforms (for platforms (for nucleic acid tests or RATs). Further details please refer to the webpage on Points to Note for Persons who Tested Positive.
List of hotels and guest houses which have indicated acceptance of guests infected with COVID-19 for in-situ isolation.
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).
Fulfilling Vaccination Requirements
Non-Hong Kong residents (aged 12 or above on the day of arrival) arriving from overseas are required to fulfill relevant vaccination requirement to board for Hong Kong.
Persons that fulfil relevant vaccination requirement include:
Persons who are fully vaccinated. The dose(s) required please refer to this page.
are unfit for vaccination due to health reasons with relevant proof issued by a medical practitioner; or
have received one dose of recognised COVID-19 vaccine and hold a vaccination record but certified by a medical practitioner that they do not fit to receive the second dose of COVID-19 vaccine because of health reasons after receiving the first dose of vaccine, and board a flight to Hong Kong 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.
Unvaccinated children aged 11 or below, regardless of Hong Kong residents or not, are allowed to board for Hong Kong.
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Hong Kong Dependent Visa
For family members wishing to join their spouses/parents who are working/studying in Hong Kong
Hong Kong Investment Visa
For overseas entrepreneurs relocating to Hong Kong either through investing or by establishing their own business in Hong Kong.
Hong Kong Training Visa
For non-Hong Kong students and employees coming to Hong Kong for training or internship
For foreigners who wish to visit Hong Kong for leisure or business purposes. And for foreigners who require to transit through from Hong Kong
Mainland Talents & Professionals
For professionals who are residents of Mainland China taking up employment in Hong Kong
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