China News Service, February 7th, according to Hong Kong's "Dian News" report, on the 6th, Hong Kong and the Mainland resumed full customs clearance.

The Acting Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Chen Guoji, said in a meeting with reporters today (7th) that all ports of entry were operating smoothly on the first day of customs clearance.

The picture shows the orderly departure of passengers bound for Hong Kong.

Photo/China News Agency reporter Chen Wen

  Chen Guoji said that on the 6th, a total of 280,000 people entered and exited the country, and the exit and entry accounted for half.

There were 220,000 people passing through the land control points, including 64,000 people at the Luohu Port, 54,000 people on the Lok Ma Chau Branch Line, 33,000 people on the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge, and 30,000 people at the Shenzhen Bay Port.

  Chen Guoji emphasized that the biggest challenge for customs clearance is weekends. It is believed that there will be more people flow at that time, and more manpower will be deployed to ensure the operation and provide assistance to passengers.