Step-By-Step Guide To Travel To Hongkong

December 19, 2022 | busybee_devteam

Last December 14, 2022, Hongkong lifts all restrictions on arrivals to city and ends 0+3 regime. Hong Kong residents do not need to be fully vaccinated to enter the city, but only fully vaccinated non-Hong Kong residents are allowed to enter. Here’s the step-by-step guide upon entering in Hongkong:
  1. Check your Visa and it’s validity. If you’re a non-Hongkong resident and traveling as working or tourist visa, ensure your visa has a sufficient validity period.
  2. Complete all requirements such as: *Passport– Your passport should be valid for at least one month after the date of your departure from Hong Kong. *Visa– You only need a visa if you plan to stay for more than 90 days – obtain an extension with the Hong Kong SAR Immigration Department, if necessary. *Negative rapid antigen test result taken within 24 hours of boarding– Negative RAT is mandated, no longer required to get an RT-PCR test before boarding flights to Hong Kong. *Vaccination record– Non-Hong Kong residents aged 12 or above are required to be fully vaccinated and show recognised vaccination records or obtain a medical exemption certificate. *Leave Home Safe app– Travellers are required to download the Leave Home Safe app (available in Google Play and Apple Store)
  3. You will undergo five rapid antigen tests and two RT-PCR tests upon arrival in Hongkong:
    • Day 0: You will be subject to an RT-PCR test when you arrive at the airport.
    • Day 1 to 5: Take daily rapid antigen tests (RAT).
    • Day 3: You only need to take one more RT-PCR test on the third day of arrival in HK. This test will need to be taken at a Community Testing Centre (CTC), mobile specimen collection stations, or you can visit any recognised local medical testing institution at your own expense.
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