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Hong Kong Considers Quarantine Service for Travelers Headed to China: Report

  • City looks to provide quarantine service for visitors to China
  • Measure would make it easier to travel to mainland China
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The Hong Kong government is studying whether it can offer quarantine services to local travelers trying to enter China, according to a media report, a move that could expand visitor flow into the mainland. 

Officials in Hong Kong are working to reopen the border with China, Chief Secretary Eric Chan said after a meeting with local lawmakers on Wednesday. He was expected to discuss the proposal and other measures to ease border bottlenecks with the mainland at the gathering, according to the Hong Kong Economic Times.