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Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)


Coronavirus Disease (COVID-19)

Members of the public are strongly urged to avoid non-essential travel outside Hong Kong.

For information about countries/areas with reported cases of COVID-19, please click here.

All people entering Hong Kong from the Mainland will be required to undergo compulsory quarantine upon their arrival. Health quarantine arrangements on inbound travellers from overseas:
  1. Hong Kong residents arriving in Hong Kong who have been to the following countries or areas in the past 14 days will have to stay in a quarantine centre for quarantine
    1. Daegu and Gyeongsangbuk-do in Korea
    2. Iran
    3. Emilia-Romagna, Lombardy and Veneto regions in Italy

  2. Hong Kong residents arriving in Hong Kong who have been to any other overseas countries or areas in the past 14 days will be subject to compulsory quarantine
    With effect from 0.00am on March 25, 2020, tentatively for 14 days:
    1. All non-Hong Kong residents coming from overseas countries and regions by plane will be denied entry to Hong Kong
    2. Non-Hong Kong residents coming from the Mainland, Macao and Taiwan will be denied entry to Hong Kong if they have been to any overseas countries and regions in the past 14 days
    3. All travellers coming from Macao and Taiwan, including Hong Kong and non-Hong Kong residents, will be subject to compulsory quarantine, which is the same as the arrangements for people entering Hong Kong from the Mainland

Extracted from CHP   Updated 25 March 2020

Outbound Travel Alert

Hong Kong residents are encouraged to use the online Registration of Outbound Travel Information service (http://www.gov.hk/roti) to register their contact details and itinerary when outside Hong Kong. The information provided allows the DH and AHU of the Immigration Department to disseminate practical information to them through appropriate means, including SMS on mobile phones, on a timely basis when necessary. For more information on Outbound Travel Alert, please visit https://www.sb.gov.hk/eng/ota/.

Centre for Health Protection Hotline : 2125 1111 / 2125 1122 (8 am to 12 midnight)


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