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Coronavirus: Hong Kong to tighten entry requirements for arrivals from seven countries including Japan, Singapore and Malaysia

Hong Kong health authorities have tightened entry requirements for arrivals from seven countries including Japan and Singapore as the coronavirus has resurged in a number of places.The government said from Friday, unvaccinated travellers from Japan, Malaysia, Singapore, Argentina, Italy, Kenya and the Netherlands, would have to serve 21 days of quarantine at designated hotels and also present proof of a negative coronavirus test conducted 72 hours before boarding their flights.Vaccinated people…

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