The Government announced today (October 28) that from November 2 (Tuesday) the quarantine exemption arrangement for persons arriving in Hong Kong from Macao under the Return2hk Scheme and the Come2hk Scheme will be resumed, given that the COVID-19 pandemic situation in Macao has stabilised. Pursuant to the relevant arrangements, persons currently staying in Macao, upon fulfilment of all specified conditions under the Return2hk Scheme or the Come2hk Scheme, could be exempted from the compulsory quarantine requirement when they enter Hong Kong. From 0.00am on November 2, the online booking systems of the two Schemes mentioned above will be open for quota application for persons entering Hong Kong from Macao.
A Government spokesman emphasised that all arrivals in Hong Kong under the Return2hk Scheme and the Come2hk Scheme would still be subject to multiple compulsory tests under the established requirements of the Schemes. They should also exercise self-monitoring of their health conditions for at least 14 days after their entry into Hong Kong, and observe the points listed in the "Health-monitoring Checklist for Inbound Travellers".
Details of the two Schemes are available at the thematic websites of the Return2hk Scheme and the Come2hk Scheme:
Travellers may also call the hotline at 3142 2330 for enquires.
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