Under the city’s current “3+4” scheme, travellers are required to undergo hotel quarantine for three days and spend four days under home medical surveillance. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Under the city’s current “3+4” scheme, travellers are required to undergo hotel quarantine for three days and spend four days under home medical surveillance. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Coronavirus: Hong Kong may announce this month end to dreaded hotel quarantine

  • Source says government may soon reveal its ending the ‘3+4’ arrangement provided talks among bureaus go smoothly
  • Government pandemic adviser David Hui also suggests scrapping pre-boarding PCR test requirement for inbound travellers

Under the city’s current “3+4” scheme, travellers are required to undergo hotel quarantine for three days and spend four days under home medical surveillance. Photo: Xiaomei Chen
Under the city’s current “3+4” scheme, travellers are required to undergo hotel quarantine for three days and spend four days under home medical surveillance. Photo: Xiaomei Chen

Corrected [6:13pm, 18 Sep, 2022]

  • [6:13pm, 18 Sep, 2022]

    This article has been updated to correct the daily Covid-19 infection tally for Sunday – 7,322 Covid-19 cases were logged, not 7,190, bringing the city’s overall tally to 1,707,495.

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