Hong Kong Gives 500K Free Tickets To Harass Tourists

Hong Kong Gives 500K Free Tickets To Harass Tourists


Hong Kong will give away 500 thousand free plane tickets to attract tourists to come back and visit tourism to the area called the Pearl of the East.

The story appeared in a column in the local media Tao Daily Songwho quoted from politicians and economists, whose names have not been revealed.

The Hong Kong government has lifted the Covid-19 restrictions for foreign arrivals. In fact, Hong Kong is now liberating the mandatory quarantine in hotels.

Hong Kong has implemented a new “0+3” system for incoming travelers from Monday, September 26, 2022. Travelers wishing to travel to Hong Kong also now do not need to show a negative Covid-19 test result before boarding a flight .

Instead, everyone who comes from abroad to Hong Kongcan choose to do three days of medical care at home or in a hotel, allowing them to leave.

They will be allowed to go to work or school. However, they will not be allowed to enter the bar or restaurant during this time.

Hong Kong tourismVisiting Hong Kong. (Photo: Hong Kong Tourism Board HKTB Archives)

As reported Time ProblemsIt is believed that Hong Kong’s chief executive, John Lee, could announce plans to return to normalcy in his policy speech in October, unless the Covid-19 situation worsens.

The Hong Kong government estimates that it will take four to eight months before tourists return to visit the world’s third-largest financial center after New York and London.

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Also, there is a possibility that Hong Kong will seek to completely remove restrictions on tourists entering the territory. Therefore, travelers will later be able to go to bars and restaurants directly without waiting for three days and do not have to try every day for seven days.

This law alone will follow the lifting of restrictions imposed on hotels recently. Covid-19 restrictions have isolated Hong Kong during the pandemic and disrupted the economy, undermining the region’s status as a global financial center.


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