Hong Kong-China border to fully open in boost for hub status

Hong Kong-China border to fully open in boost for hub status

The border between Hong Kong and mainland China will fully reopen next week for the first time in three years, reviving the city’s role as the business gateway between the country and the rest of the world.

“From Monday, there will be full resumption of normal travel between Hong Kong and the mainland,” the city’s leader John Lee said in a press briefing Friday along with other top officials. Daily quotas and testing requirements will be dropped and all boundary checkpoints will reopen from next week, Lee said. He also announced the lifting of a ban on unvaccinated travelers from anywhere in the world.

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