"Easy to Hong Kong" was restored for a week. More than 1,800 mainland visitors visited Hong Kong, an increase of 23% over the same period last year, and 89% of them entered the country through the Shenzhen Bay Port.
However, the "Easy to Hong Kong" program has 2,000 places per day, but only 262 mainlanders use it every day, leaving a large number of places left.
The Hong Kong Government launched the "Easy to Hong Kong" on September 15 for non-Hong Kong residents in Guangdong Province and Macau to be exempted from quarantine after coming to Hong Kong.
The plan was restarted for a week. A total of 1,834 mainlanders came to Hong Kong, of which 1,631 people came from Shenzhen Bay Port accounting for 89%, and 125 people came through the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge accounting for 6.8%.
In the same period last year, 1495 mainlanders entered the country. This year, the number of inbound arrivals from the mainland increased by 23%.
The Shenzhen Bay Port and the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macao Bridge each set up 1,000 "Easy-to-Hong Kong" quotas each day, and only about 262 mainlanders use it every day of the restart. There is a large balance left. The figures do not include other nationalities.
People who enter Hong Kong through the "Easy Entry to Hong Kong" program must go to a community testing center or an approved medical testing institution for compulsory testing on the 3rd, 5th, 9th, 12th, 16th, and 19th day after arrival in Hong Kong (if not leaving Hong Kong).
Due to the mandatory testing, if they go to a community testing center, they do not need to pay a test fee of 240 yuan. The maximum total of six tests is 1,440 yuan. All the testing fees will be paid by the government.
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