Hong Kong govt to further ease coronavirus measures


Travellers arriving at the Hong Kong International Airport on the first day the Covid hotel quarantine was scrapped on Sept 26, 2022. - Reuters

HONG KONG (Reuters): The Hong Kong government said on Friday (Sept 30) it aims to ease some coronavirus curbs in an orderly way as pandemic trends in the Asia financial hub were continuing to stabilise.

From Oct 6, some social distancing measures will be relaxed including raising the maximum number of persons per table in restaurants to 12 from eight, while banquets will be allowed to have up to 240 people attending, compared with 120 now.

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