Hong Kong government announced that testing arrangements applicable to persons boarding from overseas places and Taiwan will be adjusted and will take effect from 0.00 am on 1 June:
- Only a negative result proof of a PCR test conducted within 48 hours is required when boarding (not required for children aged below three). The documentary proof of the ISO 15189 accreditation or recognition by the relevant authority of the government of the place of the laboratory or the healthcare institution is no longer needed.
- An additional compulsory PCR test on the ninth day of arrival is required. All travellers arriving Hong Kong on or after 0.00am on 24 May (i.e. 1 June being the ninth day) will be required to undergo this additional testing.
- Recovered travellers who were infected 14 to 90 days before boarding and hold relevant documentary proof are allowed to board with a negative RAT test result conducted within 24 hours.