Professor David Hui says 3 new requirements for arrivals in HK include 2 doses of vaccination, negative nucleic acid test and antibody test


9th June 2021 – (Hong Kong) Professor David Hui, a government expert consultant and chair professor of the Department of Respiratory System of the Chinese University this evening said in a latest announcement that arrivals entering Hong Kong must go comply with three requirements.

First, they must prove that they have received two COVID-19 injections 14 days before taking the flight. Second, nucleic acid test results must be negative; third, they must undergo a new antibody test. If there is presence of antibody, quarantine period will be reduced to 7 days.

Dr Ronald Lam Mankin from the Centre for Health Protection later added that the three requirements are not applicable to extremely high-risk and very high-risk areas. People arriving in Hong Kong from these places still need to be quarantined for 21 days.