Entry to Hong Kong:
Travellers arriving in Hong Kong on flights
from overseas countries/territories, who are not Hong Kong residents
, will be denied entry to Hong Kong. Non-Hong Kong residents
travelling to Hong Kong from mainland China, Macao or Taiwan will also be denied entry if they have been to any overseas country/territory in the past 14 days. Spouses and minor children of Hong Kong residents
are exempt from the above restrictions.
All travellers entering Hong Kong, including Hong Kong residents
, will have to take a mandatory medical test
for coronavirus on arrival and will be required to undergo 14-day compulsory quarantine
. Arrivals from the UK before 1 October may undertake quarantine
at home. Arrivals may be placed in a Hong Kong government quarantine
On 1 October, the UK will be added to the list of “specified high risk places” under the Hong Kong SAR Government’s Prevention and Control of Disease Regulation (Cap. 599H). Travellers who have visited these places (i.e. The United States, Kazakhstan, Bangladesh, Ethiopia, India, Indonesia, Nepal, Pakistan, the Philippines and South Africa) within the past 14 days, will be required to provide confirmation of a hotel room reservation in Hong Kong for no less than 14 days, starting on the day of their arrival. Travellers from these destinations will also be required to provide negative nucleic acid test
result for COVID-19
taken no more than 72 hours prior to their departure
. You should check Hong Kong SAR Government’s website
for important details about the required documents.
All passengers, including departing, arriving and transfer/transit
passengers are required to wear face mask
s in all passenger accessible areas of Hong Kong International Airport.
For up-to-date advice on entry requirements and restrictions, visit the Hong Kong SAR Government coronavirus website
ing Hong Kong:
services at Hong Kong International Airport resumed on 15 June for passengers who can be checked through from port of origin to final destination. Transit
ing between flights
operated by different airlines is now allowed
ing through Hong Kong from, but not to, mainland China is now allowed
until 15 October. You should check with your travel agent or airline before travelling and check the Hong Kong International Airport website
There is a risk you will be placed into 14 days government quarantine
. All passengers able to transit
Hong Kong International Airport will be subject to advanced screening
measures, including temperature checks. Those passengers not displaying a high temperature will be allowed
to connect to their next flight
. But passengers deemed to have a high temperature will undergo further checks by the Port Health Office at the airport. If you meet further risk criteria, you will be transferred to a Hong Kong public hospital for mandatory checks/treatment, where it is highly likely you will be asked to complete a mandatory COVID-19 test
. If you successfully pass health screening
you will be required to sit in designated areas at boarding gates and use designated queues in dining facilities and shops, in line with Hong Kong International Airport anti-virus measures.
Travel between Hong Kong, Macao and mainland China:
All border crossings with mainland China remain closed indefinitely, with the exception of the Shenzhen Bay Checkpoint and the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge. All passengers wanting to board a shuttle bus to cross the bridge departing from Hong Kong to Macau must present a certificate confirming that they have tested negative for COVID-19
within seven days of their departure
. The special ferry service between Taipa Ferry Terminal in Macao and Hong Kong International Airport has now ceased operations. All ferry crossings between Hong Kong and mainland China are currently not in operation. Kai Tak Cruise and Ocean Terminals are also closed to passengers indefinitely.
Certain groups of people travelling from mainland China, Taiwan and Macao may be granted an exemption from quarantine
requirements by applying in advance to the Chief Secretary of the Administration. These groups include people involved in receiving or providing education and those travelling for purposes relating to manufacturing operations, business activities or the provision of professional services in the interest of Hong Kong’s economic development.
Health Declaration form:
All inbound travellers via Hong Kong International Airport are required to submit a health declaration form.