From December 14, travelers can move freely around the city immediately upon arrival with a negative test.
Hong Kong lifts strict COVID-19 restrictions. code amber, from Wednesday, December 14th. Now, foreign citizens who pass a negative PCR test upon arrival will not need to go into a three-day isolation.
For now, “negative” tourists must comply with the “0 + 3” system. They are given an “amber code” on a health monitoring app and are banned from restaurants, gyms, and beauty salons for the first three days.
Hong Kong's “0 + 0” mode will begin on Wednesday »: All arriving travelers with a negative PCR test will be able to move freely around the city from the first day.
However, all arrivals are still required to take a PCR test at the airport and on the third day of their stay in the city, as well as a rapid antigen test (RAT) within five days.