China may further ease COVID-19 restrictions at the Hong Kong border

China may further ease its border restrictions with Hong Kong,
including shortening the mandatory hotel quarantine for those arriving from
the city, South China Morning Post reports, reports Trend, citing Al

The hotel’s current seven-day quarantine period for travelers from
Hong Kong could be cut to four days by the end of the year because
the incubation period for most variants of COVID-19 is about three
days, the paper quoted veteran politician Tam Yiu-chung as saying.
There is the only deputy from the city in the National People’s Congress
Standing Committee.

Tam also believes that the mainland can allow more visitors than Hong
Kong to cross the border every day, Sing Tao Daily reported. The
the current land border entry system in Shenzhen is a
lottery for about 2000 daily slots for quarantine hotels.
Competition is fierce, with some people taking days to secure a

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