Hong Kong-China Border To Fully Open Despite COVID Resurgence

It was reported that the border between Hong Kong and mainland China will fully reopen on February 6, reviving the city’s role as the business gateway between the country and the world. Visitors from mainland China do not need appointments to pass the border or PCR test, and can travel freely in Hong Kong. Meanwhile, the same measures apply to arrivals from Macau, except arrivals from overseas who are still required to have a PCR test.

On February 3, the Hong Kong and Macao Affairs Office of the State Council issued a notice on the full resumption of travel between mainland China to Hong Kong and Macao, and the policies are consistent with the Hong Kong Government’s policy, which includes the abolition of customs clearance appointments, the abolition of the cap number of Hong Kong people entering mainland China, except the people with residential history in foreign countries within the past 7 days still need a negative test result within 48 hours.

During the Lunar New Year, Hong Kong has experienced fewer tourists than Macau due to its daily limitation of maximum 50,000 people from mainland China crossing the border, and the requirement of a negative PCR test results within 48 hours, while Macau has none of the requirements. With it’s border closing to mainland China, and the ruling of the CCP, Hong Kong has gradually lost its critical status as a world economic and financial center, especially after the brutal suppression of the Anti-Extradition Law Amendment Bill Movement, the implementation of Hong Kong national security law, the situation has only gotten worse during the CCP Virus outbreaks and its vaccine disaster.

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