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HONG KONG: 2022 ENTRANCE RULES FOR CITIZENS OF ALL COUNTRIES

Before leaving for Hong Kong, pay attention to the appropriate boarding, quarantine and testing measures.

All arriving travelers must complete a health declaration form.

 

Travelers can submit the form online (https://www.chp.gov.hk/hdf/).

After submitting the online form, the system will generate a QR code. Save the result and show it to the border control officers when you enter Hong Kong. The QR code is valid for 48 hours for arrivals through Hong Kong International Airport (for arrivals through ground checkpoints, the QR code is valid for 24 hours).

 

Travelers arriving in Hong Kong via Hong Kong International Airport, Hong Kong Customs Clearance Building, Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, Hong Kong Port and Shenzhen Bay Checkpoint Passenger Terminal Building are not currently available on the paper health declaration form.

 

If travelers are having problems with the online form (for example, with a mobile device), they can seek help from the Ministry of Health staff upon arrival in Hong Kong.

Arriving with a visa

with insufficient time

action will

denied entry.

 

Quarantine measures for arriving travelers

In view of recent developments in the global and local COVID-19 epidemic, the government has adopted various border control measures for arrivals in order to create an anti-epidemic barrier to prevent the import of cases.

 

For other most recent information, please also refer to the daily press releases.

ONLY FULLY VACCINED HONG KONG RESIDENTS CAN BOARD FLIGHTS TO HONG KONG FROM HIGH RISK PLACES. IN MEDIUM RISK PLACES, ONLY HONG KONG RESIDENTS AND FULLY VACCINATED NON-HONG KONG CITIZENS MAY BOARD FLIGHTS TO HONG KONG.

 

Full vaccination means that the proposed dose was administered in accordance with the relevant COVID-19 vaccination course guidelines at least 14 days prior to arrival in Hong Kong. Travelers who have recovered from a previous COVID-19 infection will need to receive one dose of COVID-19 vaccine to be considered fully vaccinated.

 

Travelers between the ages of 12 and 17 who received one dose of the vaccine at least 14 days ago are considered eligible to complete the COVID-19 vaccination course in accordance with the boarding and quarantine requirements.

 

Hong Kong residents who have received one dose of the recognized COVID-19 vaccine and have a recognized vaccination record are exceptionally allowed to land in Hong Kong from designated Group A locations if they have been confirmed by a healthcare practitioner that they cannot receive a second dose. COVID-19 vaccine for health reasons after receiving the first dose of vaccine.

 

The 14th day after a person has completed the COVID-19 vaccination course is considered the first day after the person has received all recommended doses of the COVID-19 vaccine.

For example, for a person who has not previously been infected with COVID-19 and received the last recommended dose of COVID-19 vaccine on May 10, 2021, “Day 1” would be May 11, and “Day 14” would be 24. Maybe. From May 24, this person can be considered "fully vaccinated."

 

All arriving travelers must pass a temperature check and complete a health declaration upon arrival. Those who show symptoms will be referred to the Department of Health for further treatment.

 

After the end of the mandatory quarantine, some arriving travelers will have to undergo self-check in the next 7 days and mandatory testing in accordance with the relevant rules, depending on the place (s) in which they stayed during the corresponding period, as well as whether they are fully vaccinated.

 

ARRIVING INTO HONG KONG FROM MAIN (except for entry without quarantine at the established limit), Macau or Taiwan

Applicable Persons: HKR and non-HKR who lived on the mainland or Macau only on the day of embarkation / arrival in Hong Kong or within 14 days prior to that day (including those who arrived in Hong Kong through land border checkpoints or airport ), and who:

THAT WERE NOT FULLY IMPACTED

Requirements:

 

Proof of a negative nucleic acid result by PCR acid test with a sample taken within 3 days before or on the day of the scheduled day of arrival.

Quarantine requirement:

Go through a mandatory 14-day quarantine in specially designated places (at home, in a hotel or other place of residence);

Pass 3 forced quarantine tests (DTS test);

Mandatory testing on the 16th day upon arrival in Hong Kong (professional swab collection at a Community Testing Center (CTC) or a recognized local medical testing facility); and

Mandatory testing on the 19th day of arrival in HK (must be done at CTC)

 

FOR FULLY VACCINED:

Requirements:

Nucleic acid negative proof by PCR acid test with a sample taken within 3 days before or on the day of the scheduled day of arrival

Quarantine requirement:

Go through a mandatory 7-day quarantine in specially designated places (at home, in a hotel or other place of residence);

Pass 2 forced quarantine tests (DTS test);

Self-control for the next 7 days; and

Mandatory testing on days 9, 12 and 16 upon arrival in Hong Kong (professional swab collection at a Community Testing Center (CTC) or a recognized local medical testing center); and

Mandatory testing on the 19th day of arrival in HK (must be done at CTC)

 

Testing institutions for conducting tests should be:

mutually recognized by the governments of Hong Kong and Guangdong / Hong Kong and Macau (medical or testing institutions in Guangdong; medical or testing institutions in Macau; medical or testing institutions in Hong Kong); or recognized by the National Health Commission of the People's Republic of China (the list can be accessed through the State Council Portal Mini Program (國務院 程序) at the request of the Nucleic Acid Testing Organization (核酸 檢測 機構 )). Or listed on the official website http://bmfw.www.gov.cn/hsjcjgcx/index.html

 

FOR ARRIVING INTO HONG KONG FROM OVER THE BORDER:

 

The government has divided the respective designated locations into different groups in accordance with the relevant risk-based requirements and mandatory quarantine:

 

GROUP A

 

(high risk) Bangladesh, Brazil, Cambodia, France, Greece, India, Indonesia, Iran, Ireland, Malaysia, Nepal, Netherlands, Pakistan, Philippines, Russia, South Africa, Spain, Sri Lanka, Switzerland, Tanzania, Thailand, Turkey , United States. United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom and United States of America

 

Applicable Persons: Hong Kong residents who have stayed in the designated group A location (s) during the relevant period (the day of embarkation / arrival in Hong Kong or within 21 days prior to that day) and who have received a full vaccination and have a recognized vaccination record

 

Landing requirements:

Submit a recognized vaccination card;

Confirmation of a negative nucleic acid test result for COVID-19 based on PCR within 72 hours (including documentary evidence that the laboratory is ISO15189 accredited or recognized by the state); and:

 

Confirmation of a room reservation at DQH for a minimum of 21 nights

Quarantine requirement:

Go through mandatory quarantine for 21 days in a specially designated quarantine hotel;

Pass 6 tests in compulsory quarantine (professional sampling of smears);

Self-control for the next 7 days; and

Mandatory testing on the 26th day upon arrival in Hong Kong at any Community Testing Center (CTC)

 

GROUP B

 (medium risk) All locations outside of China that are not included in the specified groups A or C

 

Applicable Persons: Travelers who stayed at the designated group B location (s) on the day of embarkation / arrival in Hong Kong or within 14 days prior to that day, and who:

Hong Kong residents and who are Hong Kong residents or non-residents of Hong Kong

 

HAVE NOT BEEN FULLY VACCINED:

Landing requirements:

Confirmation of a negative nucleic acid test result for COVID-19 based on PCR within 72 hours (including documentary evidence that the laboratory is ISO15189 accredited or recognized by the state); and:

 

Confirmation of a room reservation at DQH for a minimum of 21 nights

 

Confirmation of a negative nucleic acid test result for COVID-19 based on PCR within 72 hours (including documentary evidence that the laboratory is ISO15189 accredited or recognized by the state);

Confirmation of a DQH room reservation for a minimum of 14 nights; as well as undergo mandatory quarantine for 21 days in a specially designated quarantine hotel; and

Pass 6 tests in compulsory quarantine (professional collection of smears)

 

HAVE BEEN FULLY VACCINED:

Go through a mandatory 14-day quarantine in a special quarantine hotel;

Pass 4 tests in compulsory quarantine (professional sampling of smears);

Self-control for the next 7 days;

 

Mandatory testing on the 16th day upon arrival in Hong Kong (professional swab collection at a Community Testing Center (CTC) or a recognized local medical testing facility); and

Mandatory testing on the 19th day of arrival in HK (must be done at CTC)

 

GROUP C

 (Low Risk) New Zealand (to be designated as Medium Risk Group B site from 00:00 on November 17)

 

Applicable Persons: Hong Kong residents and non-Hong Kong residents who have stayed only at designated Group C locations, mainland or Macau during the applicable period (on the day of embarkation / arrival in Hong Kong or within 14 days prior to that day)

 

HAVE NOT BEEN FULLY VACCINED:

Landing requirements:

Confirmation of a negative nucleic acid test result for COVID-19 based on PCR within 72 hours (including documentary evidence that the laboratory is ISO15189 accredited or recognized by the state); and

Confirmation of a DQH room reservation for a minimum of 14 nights

Confirmation of a negative nucleic acid test for COVID-19 based on PCR within 72 hours (including documentary proof that the laboratory is accredited according to ISO15189 or recognized by the state);

Confirmation of a DQH room reservation for a minimum of 7 nights; and

 

Quarantine requirement:

Go through a mandatory 14-day quarantine in a special quarantine hotel;

Pass 4 tests in compulsory quarantine (professional sampling of smears);

Self-control for the next 7 days; and

Mandatory testing on the 16th day upon arrival in Hong Kong (professional swab collection at a Community Testing Center (CTC) or a recognized local medical testing facility); and

Mandatory testing on the 19th day of arrival in HK (must be done at CTC)

 

HAVE BEEN FULLY VACCINED:

Go through a mandatory 7-day quarantine in a special quarantine hotel;

Complete 2 studies in compulsory quarantine (professional sampling of smears);

Self-control for the next 7 days; and

Mandatory testing on days 9, 12 and 16 upon arrival in Hong Kong (professional swab collection at a Community Testing Center (CTC) or a recognized local medical testing center); and

Mandatory testing on the 19th day of arrival in HK (must be done at CTC)

 

Travelers to Hong Kong should be advised that even if they did a COVID-19 nucleic acid test before returning to Hong Kong, for reasons of prudence, they will still be instructed to undergo COVID-19 testing at the DH Temporary Sample Collection Center and wait for their test results. at the designated location in accordance with the Disease Prevention and Control Ordinance (Cap 599).

 

If the test results are negative, they will be allowed to travel to the hotel where they have booked in order to continue the mandatory quarantine until it ends. If successful, travelers will be transferred to a hospital for isolation and treatment. Close contacts with confirmed cases will be sent to a quarantine center. Travelers must bear their own hotel cancellation or other related costs due to a positive test result.

 

DH issues mandatory quarantine orders to these returnees. The relevant government department will also prepare electronic bracelets for them (with the exception of those that undergo mandatory quarantine in special quarantine hotels). According to quarantine regulations, they cannot leave their hotel rooms and move around the hotel during the entire quarantine period. Leaving specially designated rooms will be considered a violation of the quarantine regime and a criminal offense. Offenders can be sentenced to imprisonment for up to six months and a fine of US $ 25,000.

 

LANDING REQUIREMENTS

 

Effective August 9, 2021, anyone boarding a flight to Hong Kong from the mainland (excluding Guangdong) or Macau must present a negative COVID-19 PCR nucleic acid test result prior to boarding a flight to Hong Kong. for which was taken on the day or within three days before the scheduled arrival time. Individuals who do not submit a corresponding negative test result will not be allowed to board in Hong Kong.

 

Eligible Taiwanese or Overseas Travelers Arriving at Hong Kong International Airport:

Effective August 9, 2021, anyone boarding a flight to Hong Kong while staying in Taiwan or overseas must comply with 3 basic requirements, including:

 

Present prior to boarding (i) a negative COVID-19 polymerase chain reaction (PCR) nucleic acid test result obtained within 72 hours of the scheduled departure time of the aircraft and (ii) confirmation of a room reservation at a designated a quarantine hotel for the required period of mandatory quarantine; After confirming a negative test result, board a special transport organized by the government to travel to DQH for mandatory quarantine.

 

ANY PERSONS WHO STOPPED IN THE DESIGNATED COUNTRIES OF GROUP A ON THE DAY OF BOARDING OR WITHIN 21 DAYS BEFORE THIS DAY, EXCEPT TO BOARD THE FLIGHT TO HONG KONG, except for those who fulfill the 3 aforementioned additional conditions and the following additional conditions upon return they will be subject to group A quarantine):

 

Hong Kong residents who have completed vaccination courses and submitted recognized vaccination records, or minors accompanied by a Hong Kong resident, or children of Hong Kong residents under the age of 12, if all accompanied persons have met condition (a) above.

 

If any of the conditions specified by the Minister of Nutrition and Health are not met with respect to any relevant passenger in the vehicle, each of the vehicle operators commits an offense and is subject to a maximum penalty of a Level 5 fine. ($ 50,000) and imprisonment for six months.

 

If an operator fails to comply with a request for information, or knowingly or inadvertently provides any information that is false or misleading about a particular material, he or she is liable for a maximum penalty of 5 ($ 50,000 ). and imprisonment for six months.

 

In the case of travelers, if a traveler arriving in Hong Kong fails to comply with the information requirement, or knowingly or recklessly provides any information that is false or misleading in material circumstances, he or she is liable for maximum penalty. in the amount of a third-degree fine ($ 10,000) and imprisonment for six months.

 

The operator of the specified aircraft must submit to the Department of Health (DH), prior to the arrival of the specified aircraft in Hong Kong, a document in the form specified by DH, certifying that each eligible traveler has this prior to check-in for the flight to Hong Kong and has submitted documentary evidence to board the aircraft. fulfillment of the above conditions. The aforementioned arriving passengers who have not submitted the relevant specified documents will be denied boarding.

 

DEDICATED QUARANTINE HOTEL (DQH) RESERVATION CONFIRMATION

 

Confirmation of booking a room in a special quarantine hotel (DQH) must include:

Confirmation, in Chinese or English, of a room reservation at DQH in Hong Kong for a minimum of 21/14/7 nights (subject to the above quarantine period specified in the Quarantine Measures for Arrival Travelers) commencing on the day of the scheduled arrival date in Hong Kong ...

 

Hotel Quarantine (DQH) refers to hotels / guesthouses published on the Government's quarantined hotels thematic web page (www.designatedhotel.gov.hk).

 

Example: If a traveler is subject to a 21-day mandatory quarantine, regardless of the time of his / her arrival, the corresponding hotel booking must cover at least 22 days 21 nights starting on the planned day of arrival. If his / her scheduled arrival date in Hong Kong is January 1st (day 1), his / her hotel reservations must start from January 1st to January 22nd or later (i.e., check-in date January 1st and check-out date January 22nd). January or later).

 

DOCUMENTAL CONFIRMATION OF COMPLETION OF VACCINATION (if applicable)

 

A recognized vaccination record (applicable to eligible locations listed in Group A of travelers arriving in Hong Kong) must include:

 

Vaccination Certificate issued by Hong Kong, authorities, or a recognized institution listed on the List of Issuing Locations of Recognized Vaccination Records, showing the name of the vaccinated traveler concerned, corresponding name on his / her valid travel document, to show in Chinese or English that:

- the traveler concerned received the dose of COVID-19 vaccine and the date of the last dose; and

- the name of the vaccine to be administered or the name of the marketing authorization holder or the manufacturer of the vaccine; and

 

A written confirmation in English or Chinese issued by the health care institution or relevant government agency of the place where the vaccine was administered, indicating the name of the respective vaccinated traveler, the corresponding name on his / her valid travel document, and listing all of the above information if the entry is vaccination is not written in English or Chinese, or does not contain all of the above information. This written confirmation must be submitted with the vaccination protocol.

 

The vaccination record (for all other persons arriving in Hong Kong) must include:

 

Vaccination card in English or Chinese, issued by Hong Kong or the relevant authorities or recognized institutions in the places where vaccines were administered, showing the name of the respective vaccinated traveler, corresponding name on his / her valid travel document, to show that:

 

the respective traveler received the dose of COVID-19 vaccine and the date of the last dose; and

the name of the vaccine to be administered or the name of the marketing authorization holder or vaccine manufacturer; and

 

A written confirmation in English or Chinese issued by the relevant authorities or recognized agencies of the vaccine administration sites, stating the name of the respective vaccinated traveler, corresponding name on his / her valid travel document, and including all of the above information if the Vaccination Record is not on English or Chinese or does not contain all of the above information. This written confirmation must be submitted with the vaccination protocol.

 

ACCOMMODATION CONDITIONS AND QUARANTINE FOR ACCOMPANIED CHILDREN

 

For individuals who have stayed in high-risk locations, Hong Kong residents who have been fully vaccinated and have a recognized vaccination record can board flights to Hong Kong. Hong Kong residents or children of Hong Kong residents under the age of 12 who have not yet been vaccinated can also board a plane to Hong Kong if they are accompanied by Hong Kong residents who have met the boarding requirements. These accompanied children must undergo compulsory quarantine with accompanying persons at designated quarantine hotels (DQH) for 21 days and undergo compulsory testing on the 26th day of arrival in Hong Kong.

 

For children under the age of 12 (whether they are Hong Kong residents or not) who have lived in certain medium-risk group B locations, Taiwan, or low-risk group C locations (but have not stayed at any Group A locations) and not yet vaccinated, upon arrival in Hong Kong, along with a fully vaccinated person meeting the boarding requirements, they may undergo compulsory quarantine with an accompanying person for the same shortened DQH quarantine period applicable to accompanying persons, subject to the following requirements ...

 

At the end of the quarantine period for accompanying persons, accompanied minors can return home with their companions to self-isolate at home until the end of their full quarantine period (i.e. 21 days for those arriving from Group B and Taiwan,

 

- accompanying persons placed in mandatory quarantine in the CCM, together with the accompanying minors, are fully vaccinated;

if accompanied minors and accompanying persons need to use public transport in order to return home from DQH, they can only take a taxi and should not go ashore en route;

all family members 12 years of age and older who remain with the accompanying minors during isolation must be fully vaccinated. If there are other minors under the age of 12 among the household members and they have not yet been vaccinated, these minors should also be isolated at home during the same period;

 

accompanied minors who have not yet been vaccinated and other minors in the household cannot contact other persons who have not yet been fully vaccinated (with the exception of minors in the same household who are also isolated at home); and

 

accompanied minors and other household members who stay together during home isolation will undergo certain mandatory testing: if the mandatory quarantine period at DQH is 7 days, they must have mandatory testing on days 9, 12, 16 and 19 of arrival in Hong Kong. If the mandatory quarantine period at DQH is 14 days, then they must undergo mandatory testing on the 16th and 19th days of arrival in Hong Kong. Family members 12 years of age and older must complete mandatory testing on day 19 at the Community Testing Center (CTC).

 

The relevant government agency will also issue electronic wristbands for accompanied minors (excluding children under 6 years of age) for a period of self-isolation.

 

TEST PROCEDURES FOR PERSONS ARRIVING IN HONG KONG

 

The government announced that further steps will be taken to replace deep throat saliva (DTS) samples with combined nose and throat swabs collected by professionals (professional swab sampling) as a recognized mandatory testing method, except in certain circumstances, in order to increase efficiency. organization of testing for COVID-19.

 

Individuals arriving in Hong Kong on or after September 8, 2021 and falling into the following categories must be tested with a professional swab collection at a Community Testing Center (CTC) or a recognized local health testing facility in order to meet the mandatory testing requirements:

 

Arrivals in Hong Kong who have undergone mandatory quarantine or isolation in a Special Quarantine Hotel (DQH) or at home, but still require mandatory testing

 

Mandatory testing using a deep throat saliva sample will continue to be done in certain circumstances, such as testing by a practitioner on patients suspected of having symptoms; testing for arrivals during home quarantine or isolation; confirmatory tests for arriving travelers living in DQH or quarantine facilities; and testing for individuals who are unable to obtain a professional swab collection for health reasons or age.

 

Under the existing mechanism, the government distributes sufficient deep-throat saliva collection bags to arriving travelers who must undergo home quarantine or isolation at border checkpoints. Other arriving travelers (including those arriving in Hong Kong under the Return2hk scheme or the Come2hk program that will be launched later) will not receive sample collection bags.

 

Mandatory Test Takers must retain SMS notifications containing test results and associated medical certificate (if applicable) for verification when the designated officer requires individuals to provide information on the specified test.

 

Ministry of Health officials will distribute collection vials to mandatory quarantine individuals during their mandatory quarantine period upon arrival in Hong Kong. They should collect deep throat saliva samples using the sample vials as instructed on the specified testing dates and return the collection vials the same day. If required, eligible test persons may also obtain collection vials from post offices, hospital administration general clinics, or vending machines at MTR stations through family or friends.

 Be sure to check the validity through the source before use: https://www.coronavirus.gov.hk/

 

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