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Hong Kong eases COVID restrictions

Starting April 1, Hong Kong will allow flights from nine countries as part of the government's efforts to loosen COVID-19 restrictions. The nine countries include Australia, Canada, France, India, Nepal, Pakistan, the Philippines, the UK, and the US. Incoming travellers’ hotel quarantine has been shortened from 14 days to seven days if tested negative for the coronavirus. The move comes as Hong Kong chief executive Carrie Lam admitted last week that the tolerance of some financial institutions in the city was being seriously tested. In addition, the Hong Kong government will also loosen various social distancing measures including limits on public gatherings, dining curfews, face-to-face schooling and more.

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