Hong Kong border reopening: quarantine-free travel to mainland China could come next month, but movement will be limited to Guangdong


Hong Kong travellers could be allowed to visit mainland China as early as next month without having to quarantine under a plan to gradually reopen the border, the Post has learned, but movement will be limited to Guangdong province, with Shenzhen as the only entry point.A mainland health official familiar with talks on the resumption of cross-border travel said a daily quota would be set, and visitors’ health codes, issued by the mainland and a similar system proposed for Hong Kong, would have…


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