Japan, Hong Kong, China: Everything you need to know about Asia’s travel restrictions

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Euronews (English)

Japan will fully reopen to foreign tourists in October after more than two years of COVID-19 border restrictions. The news comes as Taiwan and Hong Kong also relax their entry rules for visitors. From Monday, people arriving in Hong Kong will no longer have to check in to mandatory hotel quarantine. Restrictions will also ease in Taiwan, with compulsory quarantine requirements set to end from the middle of next month. Politicians in each area touted the move as a “return to normal life.” But would-be visitors to nearby China still face harsh quarantine policies. So what are the rules for trave…

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