Hong Kong scraps quarantine in hotels as business hub reopens
Mandatory stay being replaced by 3 days self-monitoring from Sept. 26
Hong Kong's reputation as a global business hub has been tarnished by more than two years of strict virus curbs.
HONG KONG -- Hong Kong said on Friday that it will scrap its mandatory hotel quarantine next week as the business hub opens up after more than two years of isolation from the rest of the world.
The city currently has a three-day hotel quarantine with four subsequent days of restrictions that ban restaurant eating.
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