Under new rules that will take effect from September 26, incoming travelers will be required to undergo three days of self-monitoring on arrival.
Hong Kong’s Chief Executive John Lee said in a much anticipated press conference on Friday that the city’s infection numbers have stabilized, allowing for the removal of quarantine.
“We hope to give the maximum room to reconnect Hong Kong, and to revitalize our economy,” Lee said.
Incoming travelers will be able to do their three days of self-monitoring at home or a place of their own choice. During this time they will be able to go outside but will be restricted from some places.
Arrivals will no longer need…