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The Chinese government removed the quarantine measures, and the medical procedure for tourists who entered the country was only a negative test.
From January 8, 2023, China will reopen its borders, SCMP newspaper reported on December 26, and assessed this move as the government’s last step in removing the “Zero Covid” policy, switching to phase of “living with the virus”.
Accordingly, people entering the country, in addition to the requirements of normal visa procedures, only need to present a negative test result (not sure whether rapid test or PCR), done within 48 hours before entry. Persons who do not show signs of Covid-19 when doing customs procedures are not subject to any restrictions. Centralized quarantine has also been removed but the wearing of masks is mandatory.
Hong Kong has dropped most of its Covid-19 prevention measures
People entering Hong Kong do not need to do a PCR test on arrival,