Covid-19 Updates

Hong Kong Partially Relaxes Restrictions on International Arrivals
From November 17, museums, theme parks, and other venues will be reopened to just-landed tourists.
Hong Kong Eases More Covid-19 Restrictions
But a much-awaited timeframe for ending the current “0+3” entry rules has not yet materialized.
Entering Hong Kong Now: A How-to Guide
Here’s the lowdown on the quarantine-free “0+3” arrangement and its streamlined arrival process, based off our deputy editor’s first...
Taiwan is Ending Quarantine on Oct. 13
Borders have already reopened to tourists from visa-waiver countries, but everyone else must wait a few more weeks.
Hong Kong Finally Drops Mandatory Quarantine
Instead, arrivals will undergo three days of self-monitoring and do multiple RAT and PCR tests for a week.
Malaysia Repeals Mask Mandate for Most Indoor Settings
For now, facial coverings are still needed on public transportation and in healthcare facilities.
Hong Kong May End Hotel Quarantine in November
A final decision has not been made, though the territory’s leader John Lee is said to be supportive of the plan.
Singapore Drops Nearly All Coronavirus Travel Rules
Non-fully vaccinated visitors no longer need prior entry approval, and masks are now optional in most indoor settings, including Changi Airp...
Hong Kong Cuts Hotel Quarantine to Three Days
The rule will come into effect on August 12, alongside a newly launched system of health codes.