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Hong Kong reduces Covid quarantine for arrivals

Passengers arriving in Hong Kong now have to spend three days in a quarantine hotel, cut from seven as the city eases some Covid restrictions.

HONG KONG: Hong Kong will cut mandatory hotel quarantine for international arrivals from one week to three days from Friday, Chief Executive John Lee announced in an easing of Covid restrictions that have severely curbed travel.

Once a global logistics and transportation hub, Hong Kong has been largely cut off from the rest of the world for more than two years under its strict adherence to…

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