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Arrivals from HK face new COVID-19 rules
From: Shenzhen Daily
Updated: 2021-08-19 09:08

Starting yesterday, inbound travelers from Hong Kong have to show negative nucleic acid test reports issued within 24 hours upon entry into Shenzhen.

The reports are required to be provided by health institutions that are mutually recognized by Guangdong and Hong Kong governments.

Upon entry, they need to go through a 14-day quarantine and a seven-day home health monitoring, according to a release of the Shenzhen Municipal Office of Port of Entry and Exit.

Inbound travelers whose homes meet the quarantine standards can apply for the “7+7+7” model which means seven-day centralized quarantine, seven-day home quarantine and seven-day home health monitoring.