Hong Kong announced wider travel rule changes on Monday as part of the city’s broader shift in its approach to Covid. Those include halving the hotel quarantine period for travelers to seven days from 14 and ending the no-fly zone for nine countries, including the US, UK and Australia. The risk profiles for countries, which currently range from A to C, will also be abolished.

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