After two years, Hong Kong has lifted the hotel quarantine for COVID-19.

Beginning on Monday, Hong Kong will no longer enforce any hotel quarantine policies for international travellers.

Travelers must still continue to self-monitor for three days.

Hong Kong recently lifted the required hotel quarantine for visitors from outside after 2.5 years.

All guests travelling in Hong Kong were subject to a 14-day quarantine beginning in March 2020.

Arrivals could only make reservations at hotels participating in the Designated Quarantine Hotel Scheme later that December.

The government only reduced the three-week requirement for fully immunised travellers to two weeks in February.

Lee stated on Tuesday that his government was devoted to re-establishing the city's connection to the outside world.

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