The Government will continue to closely monitor the epidemic development in a holistic manner and prudently consider the social distancing measures for the subsequent stage, with a view to maintaining the daily operation of society while preventing the risk of an epidemic rebound.
As the current regulations are continuously under assessment, please keep an eye out for the latest travel and boarder restrictions.
The Government has announced the arrangements for inbound travellers from places outside Hong Kong to obtain a Provisional Vaccine Pass. Please note that only inbound travellers who have arrived in Hong Kong on or after 1 May 2022 will be issued with a Provisional Vaccine Pass at the designated channels. For details, please click here.
All inbound travellers who have stayed in overseas places in the past 14 days (including non-Hong Kong residents (non-HKRs)) are required to be fully vaccinated and hold a recognised vaccination record in order to board a flight for Hong Kong. “Fully vaccinated” means the required dose(s), generally referring to two doses of vaccine, has been administered in accordance with the relevant guidelines of the “List of COVID-19 Vaccines Recognised for Specified Purposes” (the List) at least 14 days prior to arrival at Hong Kong.
Boarding and compulsory quarantine requirements for inbound travellers
Hong Kong residents and non-Hong Kong residents who have stayed in any places outside Mainland China, Macao, and Taiwan on the day of boarding/arrival at Hong Kong during the 14 days before that day, and who have been fully vaccinated and a recognised vaccination record.
- Present negative result proof of a polymerase chain reaction (PCR)-based nucleic acid test for COVID-19 within 48 hours (for inbound persons aged 3 or above only);
- Health declaration QR code; and
- (If the health declaration QR code is not Green) Confirmation of room reservation for 3 nights starting on the day of arrival at Hong Kong in a designated quarantine hotel
- Basic requirement is for inbound persons from overseas places or Taiwan will be subject to quarantine under the “3+4” model, i.e. they will be subject to compulsory quarantine in Designated Quarantine Hotels (DQHs) for three days, followed by medical surveillance at home (or a hotel) for four days
- Undergo medical surveillance at home or in other self-arranged accommodation for 4 nights; and
- They will be subject to Amber Code restrictions under the Vaccine Pass during medical surveillance period, and are not allowed to enter high-risk premises involving mask-off or group activities, as well as other premises requiring key protection, for more targeted management and control of infection risks
- Self-monitoring in the subsequent 3 days
You can view the most up to date travel restriction article here.
In-person Covid-19 requirements
If you are joining us in-person in Hong Kong, please note the below measures remain in place:
- All delegates must safely socially distance
- All delegates must wear a mask at all times
- No food & beverage consumption at all in licensed areas
- Must have a LeaveHomeSafe QR code or Vaccination Pass to show on entry to the venue