Hong Kong requires arrivals to spend at least seven days in a quarantine hotel. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong requires arrivals to spend at least seven days in a quarantine hotel. Photo: Sam Tsang

Coronavirus: Hong Kong may shorten hotel quarantine and introduce colour codes for infected patients and arrivals around same time

  • The ‘3+4’ and ‘4+3’ plans, which would require arrivals to undergo either three days of hotel quarantine and four of home isolation or vice versa, are being discussed
  • The policy change could come as authorities implement a red and yellow QR code system to better control movements of infected patients and arrivals

Hong Kong requires arrivals to spend at least seven days in a quarantine hotel. Photo: Sam Tsang
Hong Kong requires arrivals to spend at least seven days in a quarantine hotel. Photo: Sam Tsang
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