Countdown reset on Hong Kong-Macau travel

Hong Kong | 24 Jun 2021 6:42 pm

The Macau government said today that Hong Kong must meet the target of 28 days of zero local infection to resume cross-border commuting, which the countdown has restarted after the city reported one untraceable local case.

Macau authorities are still in talks with the SAR government on details of lifting pandemic-related border restrictions, with no concrete plan being put forward.

Macao earlier said that it will make risk assessments in response to the development of the epidemic and continue to negotiate with Hong Kong and Guangdong to decide whether to relax entry and exit arrangements, including allowing quarantine-free travel for vaccinated persons.



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