The Chinese government has announced that it will fully resume travel between mainland China, Hong Kong and Macao, which has been restricted for about three years as a countermeasure against the new coronavirus, from the 6th of this month.

From the beginning of last month, travel between mainland China and Hong Kong was resumed without quarantine, but there will be no upper limit on the number of people in the future, and PCR tests will be taken before entering the country. no longer needed.

However, if you have been abroad within 7 days of entering mainland China, you will need a negative PCR test certificate taken within 48 hours before entering mainland China.

Group travel will also resume.

In 2019, before the spread of the infection, more than 43 million people from mainland China visited Hong Kong annually. is rising.