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Hong Kong Bans All Indonesian Passenger Arrivals Over Virus Concerns

From 25 June, Hong Kong will consider Indonesia as a “extremely high-risk” country (Group A1) and ban all passenger arrivals originating from the island nation. This comes as the number of imported virus cases from Indonesian passengers had exceeded limits set by the Hong Kong government.

To see which countries/regions are considered “extremely high-risk” (Group A1) by Hong Kong, please click here.

It is policy for the Hong Kong government to impose travel bans if 5 or more passengers from a location are confirmed with virus variants or if 10 or more are later confirmed positive within 7 days of arrival. Hong Kong has already banned travel from the Philippines, India, Nepal and Pakistan.

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