No HK/Macau travel bubble until fourteen days of no new cases

Chief Executive Ho Iat Seng has stated that the central government will only classify Hong Kong as a Covid-19 low-risk area if no new local cases have been confirmed for fourteen consecutive days, and only if Hong Kong achieves this status could Macao lift its quarantine for its arrivals.

Hong Kong visitors welcome only if no new local cases confirmed for 14 consecutive days (Macau News)

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