Children under the age of three travelling to Hong Kong are exempt from pre-departure PCR testing whereas those going to the mainland will need to undergo a test. Photo: Felix Wong
Children under the age of three travelling to Hong Kong are exempt from pre-departure PCR testing whereas those going to the mainland will need to undergo a test. Photo: Felix Wong

Hong Kong authorities to discuss PCR test requirements for children under 3 with mainland counterparts

  • Children under three travelling to Hong Kong are not required to undergo testing but those travelling from the city to the mainland need to do a test
  • Government-run community facilities have extended their throat swab testing services to children under the age of three

Children under the age of three travelling to Hong Kong are exempt from pre-departure PCR testing whereas those going to the mainland will need to undergo a test. Photo: Felix Wong
Children under the age of three travelling to Hong Kong are exempt from pre-departure PCR testing whereas those going to the mainland will need to undergo a test. Photo: Felix Wong
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