Covid-19: after China, Hong Kong announces an easing of its sanitary measures | TF1 NEWS

Covid-19: after China, Hong Kong announces an easing of its sanitary measures |  TF1 NEWS

Covid 19 after China Hong Kong announces an easing of its

A long-awaited easing in a sluggish economy. Hong Kong announced on Tuesday, December 13, an easing of its health measures against Covid-19. The Southeast China Independent Territory said it would no longer require the use of a mobile app to control entry to most closed venues, and people arriving from overseas would be able to access to bars and restaurants as soon as they arrive. These two measures come into force on Wednesday, Chief Executive John Lee said during his weekly press conference.

However, proof of vaccination will still be required to enter certain places, including restaurants. This announcement comes the day after a similar statement in mainland China, marking an important step in Beijing’s reversal of its “zero Covid” policy, by announcing the end of its travel tracking application.

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